When Will My Website Rank on Google?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on Google ranking

So, you spent weeks finding a web builder, devising a sitemap and wireframes, writing content, and selecting photographs and graphics for your website. After spending the time and energy designing a brand new website, you ask yourself, “How long does it take for my website to rank?” The correct question is, “When do I begin seeing results?”

Unfortunately, the answer depends on a number of factors which determine your immediate placement on Google search. Ask yourself these questions: “How long has my website existed?” “Has a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) been done previously?”

SEO boils down to three factors:

  1. How the website appears on-site
  2. How the website appears off-site
  3. The website’s relationship with Google.

On-page ranking factors

On-page factors refer to the unique content, headings, subheadings, titles, descriptions, and tags on a website. Review our blog and content page for ways to add depth to your website.

If you have a business page, consider specific keywords when registering it on search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. For example, if you own a coffee house that also sells cookies, donuts and bakery, you want to rank for keywords such as coffee and bakery. You can write blogs that share coffee brewing techniques and recipes for baking.

When writing quality content, include keywords that reflect a solid conversational tone with no keyword stuffing. Keyword stuffing refers to a technique of cramming and overusing keywords throughout the text to influence the website’s ranking.

Off-site ranking factors

Off-page factors refer to backlinks that link to other social media sites. These backlinks offer an easy online path for visitors to find your business, but be cautious. Some backlinks connect visitors to disreputable sites containing annoying ads with spam and ransomware that harms the overall health of your webpage.

Make friends with Google

Results depend on your website’s reputation with Google, and reputation depends on how the website behaves and what attracts consumers and audiences. The use of Google’s maps, database, analytics, search console tools, and other products educates the search engine giant to identify your site, thereby possibly enhancing the overall promptness of your webpage’s placement.

How SEO Elves can help

With the use of our free scanner, SEO Elves will determine how your website stands on the internet in terms of business listings. Once you enter in your business name, address, and phone number, the elves will work their magic. Instantly, you will see whether or not your business information is listed on internet directories like Google, Yelp, Bing, and many more. This is a great way to evaluate your online presence.

SEO Elves also provides an internet health checkup, where our experts analyze seven detailed on-site SEO factors and five off-site SEO factors to improve areas that impact the ranking. View our product and service packages to determine what meets your business needs.

About Us: SEO Elves helps companies amplify their online presence by attracting visitors to their clients’ websites. Get found on the internet with the Elves’ Search Engine Optimization techniques. Based in Green Bay, Wisconsin, SEO Elves offers SEO packages, an Internet Health Check-Up, Social Media Marketing, and Blog/Content Writing. Call us at 920-639-5609.

 

5 Ways to Write Web Content to Boost SEO

Bakery owner writes web content for SEOWriting quality content on web pages and blogs helps to improve Search Engine Optimization. Here are some tips to consider when writing for your company’s website.

Tell a story in your web content

  1. Write as if you are telling a story to someone across a table. You don’t need to impress anyone with your fancy vocabulary, unless the topic requires it. You’re permitted to break the rules of grammar sometimes, but always be mindful of using a conversational style of writing. Just simply make it personable, so you genuinely connect with your audience.

Write in a conversational tone

  1. When writing web content, use a conversational tone, without resorting to keyword stuffing. Keyword stuffing refers to a technique of cramming and overusing keywords in the text to influence the website’s ranking. An extreme example of keyword stuffing is this: “Come visit our Green Bay bakery where we’re making Green Bay bakery treats for people who love to buy bakery in Green Bay.”

Use a diverse vocabulary

  1. To avoid keyword stuffing use a diverse vocabulary that is relatable to your audience. If you own a bakery, instead of writing donuts write a synonym or the specific name for the products like pastry, sweet roll, fritter, Danish, cruller, Duchies, Zepolle, beignet, etc. This way, visitors surfing the net will easily locate your website when searching for narrower topics.

Perform on-page SEO tactics

  1. When you’re ready to publish your web content, web page or blog, be sure to do the on-page extras to help the content get found. On-page extras refer to the headings, subheadings, titles, descriptions, and tags on a website.

Add images and alt tags

  1. Add images to complement your web content. Images draw attention to the page and attract the reader’s eye. Although people are your primary audience, search engines like Google are your secondary audience. Tell Google what your photo is about by adding tags and descriptions to the image.

 

To learn more about how to write quality digital content, read our Blog & Content Marketing page. SEO Elves offers monthly blogging packages at reasonable prices.

 

About Us: SEO Elves helps companies amplify their online presence by attracting visitors to their clients’ websites. Get found on the internet with the Elves’ Search Engine Optimization techniques. Based in Green Bay, Wisconsin, SEO Elves offers SEO packages, an Internet Health Check-Up, Social Media Marketing, and Blog/Content Writing. Call us at 920-639-5609.