The Race is On - How to Rank a New Website on Google Fast

 Tuesday, December 13, 2022

The Race is On - How to Rank a New Website on Google Fast

How to get ahead quickly on Google Rankings! 

Do you know how many websites are created every day?  Around 252,000! 

That’s an incredible amount! 

While reading this blog, approximately 875 new websites are being created. 

What do you think each of these websites is fighting for as soon as they’re live? We say Google’s attention. After all, finding your site’s ranking in search results as fast as possible is everyone’s priority. 

But that’s the tricky part. Do you know how long it takes for a new website to rank on Google? Typically, it takes 3-6 months. But if you don’t want to wait around this long for the benefits of Google ranking, there are a few ways to help speed up the process.  

This blog will reveal a few secrets about quickly ranking a new website on Google. Let’s dive in! 

A Quick Guide on How to Rank Your Website on Google 

Target Less Popular Keywords 

It may sound weird, but hear us out. Most of your competitors target popular keywords, making it difficult for you to rank for them. If you target the less popular version of keywords, it will likely be easier to rank for them.  

Look for Blockages 

Certain elements tell Google not to index or display your site — they are called site blockages. They stop the popular search engine from indexing your site. Robots.txt files are one of them. You can test its presence on your site through Google Search Console’s Robots.txt tester 

Check all the Technical Features 

Technical SEO deals with server-side optimizations. If you don’t take care of all the technical features of it, crawling and indexing by search engine spiders won’t be smooth. 

A few aspects of technical SEO include: 

  • Structured data (or Schema.org markup) 
  • XML Sitemap 
  • Site architecture 
  • Semantic page mark-up  
  • Site accessibility and navigation 
  • Mobile Optimization 
  • Site speed optimization 
  • Redirects 
  • Optimized URL structure 
  • Meta tags

Mix Up Keywords on Page Optimization 

Instead of placing your keyword phrase all over the page, consider mixing it up. If the page title contains the Best Bluetooth Headphones, consider comparing the top Bluetooth Headphone Offers on the page header. Also, observe the change between plural and singular versions of the keywords.  

Linking for the Win 

One vital factor Google bots check while indexing your site is the time users spend on your site. To increase it, use the art of internal linking and external linking.  

Links keep users engaged by providing them with additional information and resources. As a result, the bounce rate decreases, increasing the chances of higher rankings in search results. 

Competing against established websites to appear on search rankings quickly when your site is brand new is challenging. While the strategies mentioned above can give you a kickstart to stay on top of your game, you need professional help to beat the waiting time. 

Contact Walibu — our team experts implement the right SEO tactics to make your website quickly climb up in Google’s search results.  


Author

Ben Paulsen
Ben Paulsen
Ben Paulsen is a veteran Digital Marketing Expert, and founder of Walibu, a Digital Marketing Agency founded in 2007. Walibu has a unique advantage over other digital marketing agencies with their proprietary marketing platform. Walibu is all encompassing agency delivering top tier services and results in all aspects of marketing.

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