“Google ranking factors” are dynamic SEO process, and the points described below come from my experience and studies.
These points will help you to get the No. 1 Google ranking.
let’s get started.
“Google Ranking Factors” to get No. 1 Google Ranking:
1. Domain Age: Some claim that the domain age is not that big, but for me, I think it is. because if the site does not have the quality it will not be able to the web for a long time.
I think Google’s using it even if it’s not a colossal factor, it still is – and in SEO, all factors are studied.
Data from an Ahrefs study of two million pages suggests that very few sites less than a year old achieve that ranking.
2. The keyword appears in the top-level domain: Having a keyword in your domain name does not give you the SEO boost that is used. But it still serves as a contextual signal.
3. Domain registration length: I tried so many time to find the answer to this question, every time when I searched found, Some are saying length matters for SEO, and some are saying not matter.
Then I found a blog written by “Barry Schwartz” where he posted a tweet image of John Mueller.
According to John Mueller:
4. Keywords in the title tag: Your title tag remains an important on-page SEO signal.
5. The Meta title tag begins with the keyword: Meta title tags are a major factor in helping search engines understand what your page is about, and are the first impressions that many people have on your page.
6. Keywords in Description tag: Well, the meta description does not affect SEO. This is Google’s official statement, which was released in 2009.
But as you know Meta description shows up in search engine results, they can affect CTR.
7. Content-Length: Research suggests that the content of more than 2000 words takes the top ten in Google search engine rankings.
8. HTTPS: Now It is very much confirmed that Google uses HTTPS as a ranking signal.
9. Site speed: Search engines use page speed as a ranking factor. Search engine spiders can estimate your site speed fairly accurately based on your page’s HTML code.
10. Mobile-friendliness: Websites that mobile users can easily access may have an edge in Google’s Ranking.
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11. Links out to authority sites: Outbound links can also affect your site’s reputation. If you link to spam sites, it will reflect negatively on your own website.
Incorporating outbound links from relevant, high-authority sources can enhance your reputation and help you appear as a more authoritative source.
12. The number of pages on your site: If you have a site with many high-quality web pages, you will have a higher authority than a site with very few pages.
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On-Site Webspam Factors
13. Over Optimising Your Site: Site-over optimization is a real thing. This includes excessive keyword decoration and keyword, header tag stuffing.
14. Meta Tag Spamming: Your site may be penalized for adding too many keywords to descriptions and headlines so stick to the guidelines.
15. Meaningless Content: Remember, quality defeats quantity every time. Note the value, not the word count.
16. Popups: As per Google Rater Guidelines document, pop-up ads and distracting ads are an indicator that a site is of low quality.
17. Redirects: Sneaky redirects are a large number. If caught, it can not only get a site penalized but also de-index.
Off-site Webspam Factors
18. High % of Low-Quality Links: If your site has so much low-quality backlinks than it can harm your site ranking.
If links come from a site that does not have unique content i.e., a site considered low quality. Those links would be low quality as well.
19. Penguin Penalty: Google Panda is a major change in Google’s search results ranking algorithm that was first released in February 2011.
With the aim of lowering the rank of “low-quality sites” or “thin sites”, especially in “content farms”, and returning high-quality sites near the top of search results.
20. Google Sandbox: New sites that are suddenly flooded with links are sometimes put into the Google sandbox, temporarily limiting search visibility.
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I hope this guide will give you a better idea about ‘Google ranking factors’, now you can easily rank your site.
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