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Do you want to stay a head of your competitors in organic search? Do your homework and learn which keywords you are ranking high on and see how your competitors are working with SEO. What can you learn from them to make your rankings even higher?
One thing that Google loves is rich content. Always create a blog post or a page with a lot of content and content that engaged the reader. Every time a user stays on your site it’s a win for retaining the user and even Google likes it when providing the right answer to the users question.
One easy way of handling the rich content and stay on top in the search result is to identify the key question that your customers and user want to know the answer one. E.g If you are selling Virtual Reality (VR) games for playstation maybe you need to have a blog post or a page explaining what VR is – because VR is a new and trending topic. Well you are not alone selling VR games but if you create a page and write a lot on the technology, how much it costs, where you can buy it and how VR are moving into the futher – you already have a lot to talk about.
When you know that you have an answer to the Google question “What is VR?”, “How does VR work?”, “VR video games” you can make bulleted list in order to rank higher on Google. Have a look:
No shit that Wikipedia are ranking high on this one – every one rely on Wikipedia as a source. But if you are in a business with a lot of potential you can easily get your blog post or page like Wikipedia explaining what VR is. One way to make Google know that your content is rich and you have a lot of visitors is to make bulleted lists. Google also love bulleted lists. Because why would anyone ever make bullet lists if it’s not important? Don’t overdo it. Keep the content simple for search engines and for your users.
Don’t think you just can do a bulleted list and hope for the best. If you are really good at SEO you know what else is important to rank high – this is just one of 50 elements to help your website reach out to new users. Always keep in mind the purpose of your blog post or page along with meta tags, alt tags, kw, headline, link building, page speed and so on. Make a checklist, or a bulleted list.
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