How to Get on the First Page of Google in 24 Hours

Would you like to know how to get on the first page of Google. There are many ways to get your content to appear at the top of the organic listing search results, many methods will require time and effort. Listed in this article are 3 steps you can take get on page one with in 24 hours.

1. Find a keyword (long-tailed keyword) which has low competition but is being searched for every day. A popular tool to use is Google’s Keyword tool but there are many available online, use the tool which you prefer. When you find a keyword you would like to use, check the competition. Search using keyword in quotes example “Your Keyword”, the number under the search box is the completion for this keyword.

Choose a keyword that has under 10,000 competitors. Double check the keyword, search using the phrase ( intitle:”your keyword” inanchor:”your keyword”), a keyword with little competition will allow you to rank higher in the organic listing with the least amount of effort.

2. Your content. Write an article using “your Keyword” in the title, sprinkled throughout the body, using your keyword as the click-able links in the resource will help your landing page or website rank for that keyword.. The article should be informative and/or solve a problem for the reader.

3. Submission. Submit your article to an article directory with a high Page Rank, EzineArticles or GoArticles or any other good article directory. Wait for the article to get approval and be published. Shortly after the article is published it will show up the first page of the search results. If you have followed the steps in this article, if the keyword has too much competition or is not getting enough searches each day this process will not work.

Note: When trying to find a keyword for your product or service. Imagine if you wanted to buy this product or service, what keywords would you use to search online.

If you were out shopping and fell in love with a stunning pair of purple Jimmy Choo sandals with gold buckle and wedge heel, but they were too expensive to buy in the store. You decide to look on the internet for these sandels there are a few different keywords you could use to find these sandals, example, “purple Jimmy Choo sandals” or “Jimmy Choo purple sandals with gold buckle” or “cheap Jimmy Coo sandals”.

Thinking like a consumer will help you find golden keywords that will be easy to rank in the SERPs and will not have a huge amount of competition.