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Why Your Blog Doesn’t Rank #1 on Google

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You are writing with all these blog posts.

but for some reason, you’re not getting any rankings and search traffic from Google and you know what.

today I’m going to share why that is and how to fix that.

Hey everyone:

Today we are going to see the number one reason your blog doesn’t rank.

Now quick question for you how many blog posts are you writing a week is that one is it zero is it 10.

Comment the number below I’m curious.

The real reason I’m asking that question is that blogging is no longer a quantity game when i started blogging there were less than thirty or forty million blogs.

it was a smaller number.

Now there are over a billion blogs.

just think about that!

A billion blogs on the web.

That’s roughly once every seven people.do you think we really need all those blogs out there?

No of course not.

That’s why blogging has shifted from a quality game to a quantity game.

when I started you can just crank out tons of quantity, you will do well and now if you do that, you won’t do well.

So I’m going to break down the formula that you need to follow step by step if you want to write content that ranks.

1) head over through ubersuggest

2)Type in a competing URL

So take any one of your competitors that you know is doing really well.

Type in the URL into ubersuggest.

3) you’ll see a an overview page this will show you their traffic or the shit terms within the region you’re targeting.

So on Ubersuggest if you did a search for the United States.

you’ll see that URL’s traffic just for the United States and can always switch the region.

but the reason the tools built this way and because your customers are probably coming from a specific region versus from everywhere in the world.

on that page I want you to scroll down click on the top pages.

when you click on top pages.

it’ll show you all of the most popular pieces of content that your competition’s written about. there traffic to each post and when you click view all underestimated traffic.

it’ll show all the keywords that are driving those visitors.

Now the next step I want you to follow you’re looking for the keywords where that driving a lot of traffic, the most volume low, and have a low SEO difficulty number.

Ideally under 50 and you’re looking for a keyword that has a high cost per click.

so in general if it’s over a dollar or two, three dollars, the better. when you find these keywords those are money keywords.

I want you to go and search from on Google:

which is the next step.

So go to Google, do a search for one of those keywords.

when you do a search.

Read all the articles in the top 10. when you read all the articles in the top 10.

it’ll give you a good understanding of what Google is looking for in the articles that rank for that term, especially if you want to rank for it.

The next step is to write a much better article.

I’m not talking about something that’s double, triple the length I’m not even talking about 10 times the length.

Yes, you want something that’s longer and more in-depth. but it’s not all about the length it’s more about thoroughness.

did you cover every aspect of the article?

That topic for example of is making a pizza.

You talk about the crust, how the water affects the cross in the Taste, is it better to use bottled water or tap water.

how should you cook your pizza?

Do you cook the recipes first and then put on the sauce.

Do you cook a little bit then take it out of the oven? put on the sauce. then the toppings.

like what’s the process.

by breaking it down step by step to even what kind of oven you should use where to put the tray in the oven, in the middle, at the top, at the bottom.

how long you should cook it for the temperature.

should use a convection oven, non-convection oven all these things are so specific that when someone reads your content the article is amazing.

They’re like oh my God and you like to know, I got so much value out of it and that’s the key to creating an amazing piece of content.

That’s how you write content that gets traffic, it’s not about producing quantity, it all about producing quality.

And the last step:

I have for you is, when you’re producing content, email all the other sites, that you source or linking to and tell him.

“Hey John linked out your sight, love what you’re doing, linked out to my latest Pizza article”

check it out here and there’s a good chance that they’ll share that article on the social web.

Conclusion

once you follow this research process you’ll do much better and this is why if you follow this you will start only writing articles that rank.

And you will stop writing articles, which is a huge waste of time, and of course, if you want help with your content marketing you can email us.

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