How To Successfully Rank on the First Page of Google: The Ultimate 2020 Guide
by Fabio Peters
In the following article we will cover the following required to rank of the first page of Google in 2020.
Getting on the first page of Google in 2020 is getting increasingly more difficult. Algorithm changes happen on a regular basis. Once you think you’ve figured out Google’s secrets, they change their SEO ranking factors once again.
By now, many people know that to generate traffic to your website, you need to write a blog that ranks on the first page of Google. You do this by creating articles that have long-tail keywords and phrases.
Using long-tail keywords is one of best and quickest ways to rank on the first page of Google.
So, how do we use long-tail keywords?
One method I suggest you avoid is using some service claiming to rank you on the first page “instantly”. There is no quick-fix or magic solution. If you see one of these, click the back button. There is no way they will do this for you without you getting penalized by Google in some way.
It’s too bad that these scammers exist. Many people think that doing it the right way is too difficult and these services are the only way to go. Then, you end up suffering in the long term.
I know many of you are skeptical that it’s even possible to rank on the first page without using some paid advertising or Adwords program.
If you keep up with the SEO industry, you are fully aware that Google changes it’s algorithm on a regular basis, and content similar to yours is being pushed out at a rapid pace by your competitors. So, you wonder if it’s even worth the time and effort to create new content to rank for.
Don’t get discouraged.
The odds you will rank for the exact keywords such as “Logo Designer” is very unlikely. There is just too much competition. Those are what is referred to as head terms. They are often copyrighted, trademarked and owned by established businesses that can pay the big bucks for them.
However, we are talking about using long-tail keywords, not head terms. You want to rank for terms that get views, clicks and convert into sales.
Remember, someone is always going to rank on the first page of Google. For this to happen, these businesses had to do implement the right strategies to rank there in the first place.
So, what did they implement to get there?
I will now show you an easy and guaranteed way to rank on the first page of Google for long-tail keywords.
This won’t be some scam, hack or magic solution. I will not lie. It will take some hard work and effort. If you think I am going to give you some workaround trick to by-pass Google’s algorithm, if that’s what you want, leave this page. I am going to give you a proven method, but it will take some work.
This is a real, straight-forward method for ranking on the first page of Google, genuinely ranking for keywords, and grabbing that holy-grail of spots on the internet search results. Page #1 of Google.
Here is the recipe for ranking on the first page of Google using long-tail keywords.