Want to improve your web page positions in Google?
Here’s a simple system anyone can use (with free web page positions spreadsheet).
Every web site owner knows, the higher their web pages come up in Google, for given searches, the more visitors the site is going to get. Just how many more can be astonishing. I’ve found that if you manage to move a page from say position 7 to position 2, could easily result in 100 per cent more traffic and often a lot more than that.
Simple way to keep an eye on web page positions.
What you need is a simple quick way to keep an eye on where your web pages are positioned in Google, as well as the improvement shown for your web optimisation efforts; this is what I’m outlining here.
Now, first I should mention there are a number of highly effective SEO tools, that will do this job for you and automatically keep monitoring things ongoing. I’ve looked at a few of these in the past including the popular SheerSEO, which offers quite a long free period of access.
Existing keyword tools are great, but need management.
However I’ve found there are a couple of problems with these tools. One is that generally speaking if you continue using them ongoing, you’re going to need to pay a bit of money. And the other is that it can take quite a bit of time and effort to load all the keywords, and get them set up so you get out some useful information.
So I’ve developed a much simpler system based on a free online tool, that can show page positions in Google, and being able to quickly record the information in a simple spreadsheet.
How to get started.
First thing you need is a rough idea of the keywords you want to focus on. There is more help with this in Day 7 of the 30 Day SEO Challenge. Once you’ve got a keyword phrase list, you’re ready to start looking at the web page positions in Google.
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