How To Create A Top Ranked Website

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 15:05 -- globalbroadcast...

Creating a top ranked website involves, at a minimum, knowledge of all of the items listed below plus many other insights that come from trial and error, working with website creation daily and other web skills not taught anywhere—only learned through the crucible of many years of Internet experience. If anyone says they are an SEO expert, ask them for examples of websites they made that are top ranked and selling millions for their clients. The only way 
to measure SEO skills is by results. Every website is as different as the products and services sold. Just know that It is far more than simply putting keywords and content on a page in a coherent manner. Our team has a combined 30 years of web experience and real “today” results in a variety of industries to back it up. Here are some of the factors that are important 
to getting top rankings.

  1. The danger of keyword stuffing.
  2. Well written meta tags, H1, H2, title tags and XML site maps
  3. Doorway pages—do’s and don’ts
  4. The importance of hand submission to the leading search engines
  5. Unique factors important for Google, Yahoo, MSN, etc.
  6. Image and ALT tag optimization and the use of <no script>
  7. Target marketing in the design of web pages
  8. Optimum source code design & website structure
  9. White hat versus black hat techniques
  10. Well crafted content development for clarity and keyword rich text
  11. Creating your USP (unique selling position)
  12. Web Rings, cross linking, one way links and dangerous link farms
  13. Critical website design techniques
  14. Websites optimized for your targeted audience
  15. Pay per click campaigns—how and when to use them
  16. Using Web templates—beautiful websites that don’t sell squat
  17. Paid Listings, getting free local top listings, directories
  18. RSS feeds, blogs, forums, text links, shopping carts
  19. Redirection, cloaking, automatic page generation, landing pages
  20. Paid submissions versus
  21. The open directory project and personally reviewed websites
  22.  Lesser known search engines and foreign search engines.
  23. Spiders, crawlers & robots
  24. Using sub directories effectively
  25. How to use your competition to improve your rankings
  26. About search engine software & other touted solutions
  27. Whether you need to submit your site to 1,000 search engines
  28. Overseas search engines and selling abroad, web translations
  29. Know the impact of HTML versus PHP, CSS, Image maps, data based websites, and flash sites on internet rankings.
  30. Spamdexing, repeating keywords, blog spamming, page hijacking, mirror
    websites, cloaking, 302 Google Jacking and Google bombs.
  31. Understand link popularity, page rank and keyword density.
  32. What about AOL, Excite, Lycos, AltaVista, Hotbot, Looksmart, etc.?
  33. Java scripts, menus, flash presentations—pitfalls and problems
  34. Build crawler friendly websites—what problems do frames cause? What happens if the website is data base driven?
  35. Keyword discovery of the most relevant keywords for your website
  36. Visual data showing your website statistics
  37. How to monitor your results daily and what it means
  38. Natural Search engine optimization versus paid listings
  39. How online press releases that create new business
  40. Link back development programs to improve your PR
  41. The use of frames, tables, data bases, and catalogs
  42. Trust rank and the age of your domain and how long it has been registered on the Internet versus new websites.
  43. The importance of well structured navigation so web bots can easily search your entire website.
  44. Valid HTML and eliminating coding that would block your pages.
  45. Contextual linking and keyword placement in the website.
  46. Standardized sitemaps, XML sitemaps and URL List.txt
  47. Keywords inside the domain name

Ask the person who designed your website to explain some of the critical factors above. If he can’t, find someone who can.