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How to Get Your Blog Post to The First Page of Google
|How to Get Your Blog Post to The First Page of Google by Flex: 12:00 am On April 28, 2018|
Are you finding it difficult getting your blog posts to the first page of Google? You write your post only to find out that users can’t even find it on the third page, second page come to talk of the first page. I know how painful it is when your blog is not doing well on search engines. But today, I have come to teach you the secret … Believe me, there are not many technical things you need for your post to rank first on Google. I am writing from experience because I have tried virtually every Google black hat trick, but today, I have realised that non of those tricks really works. Even if it works, it will last just for a very small period of time.
Believe me, I am not going to teach you any technical thing here … I will just tell you the secret. Even the worst optimized site ranks with this method. Let me tell you one thing you might not have observed! What Google and other search engines need is Original content! Don’t worry yourself trying to populate your blog with copied contents just to rank because so many people have done it and it didn’t work for them. Some will tell you to be writing long articles… Hmmm, that is not it. If you can’t write long article, don’t bother yourself. Write short articles and make sure they are your own words and see how Google and other search engines will send traffics to the post.
Also, try to be patient! If your blog is new, Google may not crawl it regularly so you have wait so that Google will crawl and index your new post.
Hope this article helped!
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