This is the fourth article I wrote for Digital Doughnut about how you can rank higher with Google Search Rankings. I share my secrets of how I obtained Google Top 10 in all four of these articles.
This is the fourth in a series of articles I wrote for Digital Doughnut over the past six weeks.
The first article is titled:
It just took 5 days for Google to Rank My Last Blog Post in its Top 10 as #2
The second article is titled:
Here is How You can Rank in Google Top 10
The third article is titled:
How to Use Blogs to get into Google Top 10
How to Get Multiple Web Pages into Google Top 10
I also had good results with providing content for multiple websites owned by the same company for the same or similar keywords getting into Google Top 10 Search Rankings.
Here are my secrets:
Never have websites with the same content. Called “mirror” websites because they duplicate the original website’s content. Google and all of the other search engines penalize ‘mirror” sites with either no ranking or so low to be found on Page 20 or worst in their Search Rankings.
Do not have two or more web pages emphasizing the same keyword or phrase. Even web pages in the same website should never be competing against each other for the same keywords or phrases. What is Google to do when reviewing a website with multiple pages using the same keywords? Certainly, by not rewarding all the web pages with high rankings! Often the competing web pages end up with medium keyword rankings putting them around page 10 of Google results, which is not what you want.
What to Do
If you are offering several products or services, each web page should emphasize only one of them. The keywords and phrases for that unique product or service will have a better chance of receiving high rankings from Google and the other search engines by not competing against another web page in the same website.
It’s all right to create another website about the same products or services as long as the second one does not “mirror” the first one. Unique content for each website will avoid search engines penalizing the second one. The reason for creating a second website is to emphasize different keywords for the same product or service when there are several popular keywords or phrases for each one. This is taking advantage of keyword popularity without having to publish different web pages on the same site emphasizing different keywords for the same product or service.
Two websites for similar keywords
The Screenshot below created June 2, 2016. The keyword phrase is, “Panama Immigration” which Google states there are: “About 15,600,000 results”. The original law firm’s website is www.panama-offshore-services.com and the second one they created is www.panama-immigration-services.com . Notice that the second website ranked by Google as #1 and #2 while the original website ranks #3. In spite of over 15 Million web pages using the same keyword phrase, the two websites ranked in Google Top 3.
Looking at the Screenshot below (created June 2, 2016), you will see the same two websites created by the same law firm. The keyword phrase is, “Panama Immigration Attorney”. According to Google, there are “About 207,000 results”. The original one is www.panama-offshore-service.com and the second one is www.panama-immigration-services.com where one ranked by Google at #3 while the other one ranks #4.
Finally, the last Screenshot taken June 2, 2016 shows another client’s website, which is a security company in the Dominican Republic.
The keyword phrase is, “Dominican Republic Bodyguard” where Google reports, “About 239,000 results”. My client’s website has Google #1 and #2 rankings for the same keyword phrase.
No need for more Screenshots, here are the results for these three websites of Google Rankings for numerous keywords and phrases:
Panama Offshore Legal Services
Keyword: Panama Corporation Google Rank: 1st
Keyword: Panama Corporations Google Rank: 1st
Keyword: Panama Foundation Google Rank: 7th
Keyword: Panama Foundations Google Rank: 7th
Keyword: Panama Immigration Google Rank: 3rd
Keyword: Panama immigration Lawyer Google Rank: 3rd
Keyword: Panama Immigration Lawyers Google Rank: 4th
Keyword: Panama Immigration Attorney Google Rank: 3rd
Keyword: Panama Immigration Attorneys Google Rank: 5th
Keyword: Panama Relocation Google Rank: 7th
Keyword: Panama Private Interest Foundation Google Rank: 7th & 8th
That’s 11 keywords and phrases all getting into Google Top 10!
Panama Immigration Services
Keyword: Panama Immigration Google Rank: 1st & 2nd
Keyword Panama Immigration Attorney Google Rank: 4th
Keyword: Panama Immigration Attorneys Google Rank: 6th
Keyword: Panama Immigration Lawyer Google Rank: 6th
Keyword: Panama Immigration Lawyers Google Rank: 3rd
That’s five keywords and phrases getting into Google Top 10!
Gold Bull Security
Keyword: Dominican Republic Body Guard: Google Rank: 1st & 2nd
Keyword: Dominican Republic Bodyguard: Google Rank: 1st & 2nd
Keyword: Dominican Republic Bodyguards: Google Rank: 1st & 2nd
Keyword: Dominican Republic Protection Services: Google Rank: 1st & 2nd
Keyword: Dominican Republic Protection Service: Google Rank: 2nd
Keyword: Dominican Republic Intelligent Protection: Google Rank 1st, 2nd, & 3rd
Keyword Dominican Republic Secure: Google Rank: 7th
Keyword: Dominican Republic Security: Google Rank: 9th
Eight keywords and phrases rank in Google Top 10!
The ideal results for creating websites are to get unique visitors. The best way to do this is through “organic” searches, where individuals type search requests for the main keywords used by the website pages.
As demonstrated above, several legal SEO strategies can get multiple Google Top 10 Search Rankings for numerous keywords. In addition, other legal SEO strategies can get more than one website using similar keywords into Google Top 10.
Dominating Google Top 10 with numerous keywords is the key to success for obtaining the highest organic searches for your websites.
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