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And now, back to the topic at hand: How to get your website to rank high in search engines.
Just like any other ranking factor, the top Google result will be determined by how much it links to a page. But the link itself is the ranking factor that Google uses to determine how high the page is ranked. So if you’re trying to rank a page on your own website, don’t use the link itself as the ranking factor. Instead, use the link to your page as the ranking factor.
This should be obvious, but google uses the words “keyword,” “keyword phrase,” “keyword density,” and “keyword proximity” when determining what keywords to include in a webpage’s title. As it turns out, your website title is one of the most important ranking factors for Google. So if your website title is a keyword, you can use that as your ranking factor.
The good news is that you can use a variety of ranking factors on your own website, like keywords, titles, and meta texts. The bad news is that you can’t use all of them. But if you can’t use just one ranking factor, then you should use the words word, keyword phrase, keyword density, keyword proximity, and keyword density. Each of these terms can be used as ranking factors for just one or more of the other terms.
So if you’ve got a website named “A-Site,” it’s good to think about keywords and keyword density, as well as keywords and keyword proximity. There is also a “meta description” to consider. This is the description of the site that appears on Google search, or that appears on your website’s home page.
That’s it! That’s all there is to it. When you’re ranking for keywords, you’ll want to look for things that are related to those keywords and that include certain words, phrases, or density.