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Google Front Page How Do You Do It

The Google Front page is  something everybody is dreaming about. Problem is unless it’s a popular search term it’s a waste of time. What’s the point of being on the front page if nobody is searching for those keywords?  :wallbash_tb:

When I first launched Ez Esports Betting a couple of months ago I got tired of looking to see how it was doing in the SERPs. I think I gave up looking after page 16! Some two months later and it’s doing a whole lot better. How much better? Why, I’m so glad you asked.

Google Front Page For Ez eSports Betting

  • EZ eSports Betting #1 Yep, I’m now number one for ez esports betting. Not bad from being non existent to a #1 position.
  • Ez Sports Betting #12 which puts it on the second page. With time I’m going to get that on the first page as well.
  • Easy eSports Betting #1 After all, not everyone is going to search for EZ because the spelling is all wrong. Easy is the more likely search term, although ez falls easily off the tongue.  :tongue_laugh_ee:
  • Easy Sports Betting is actually on page 10. Reckon I’ll have to work on that some.
  • eSports Betting #19 That actually turns out to be the most popular search term used to get to my site. The image below shows the top 10 search terms.

Google Front Page

Notice how high up the list the term sports babes is. Those keywords appear at #8! Hot Sports Babes also appears at #8! What is really pleasing is that both these terms were nowhere to be found when I first started my sports betting blog.

I’ve done it all without having to pay for any SEO. This shows that blog commenting still works. It also shows that a blog is a lot better than a normal website when if comes to getting a Google front Page listing. The reason for this is simple. Because blogs are so easy to update they get updated more often than your static website.

Take my Hot Sports Babes posts as an example. If I had only posted one post there is no way in the world that Hot Sports babes would get a #1 Google Front page. It’s only because that I continue to do updates on hot sports babes that the search term continues to rise in the SERPs.

In time I’m hoping that as I continue to write about my chosen search terms it will only be a matter of time before I overtake my competition for those search terms.

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  1. Congratulations! It’s quite a competitive niche too. Your on page SEO looks good and it just goes to show that earning links naturally with a good website and content really does work

  2. Twitter:
    Right. Good job there mate. In fact I think our mutual friend Mitch was just writing recently about how with a constantly updating blog the bots come back often to check to see what’s new on the site. Plus I like to come back to see which new sports babes are profiled.

  3. Twitter:
    Me being me, I wanted to see why your terms with “easy” might not be doing all that well. Turns out it’s because you don’t use it all that often. That is one of the most important things about SEO stuff; you have to use the words you want to be found for. :tongue_laugh_ee: :lol_ee: :lol_tb: :giggle:
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  4. Hey Peter,

    I am a newbie to your blog and I am totally agree with you that it is useless to rank on the first page of Google if no one is searching for those keywords on which you are ranking. That happened to me actually.

        1. Twitter:
          Yeah, what you need to do is find those keywords that users are more likely to search for and then incorporate those ones into your SEO campaign.
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  5. cool… i am still struggling to get on first page of the Google for my keywords, as SEO masters say “its tought to rank for keyword which has many competitors”

    1. Twitter:
      I have noticed Prerna that older sites seem to get first preference. A lot of the times I will write a post on my older blogs promoting my newer ones and they get picked up before the one I am promoting.

      Unfortunately SEO is an uncertain marketing ploy and often has a see saw effect.
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