Do you ever feel like your content doesn’t rank where it should? Maybe Google thinks it’s not good enough? Or maybe you are not doing it right? Do you want to improve your awesome content writing skills so that you can start ranking for every keyword possible? Well, here is my wikihow to rank on Google, an informative guide to locking every top search engine position in 9 easy steps….it even has pictures!
1. Come up with a step by step outline on how to do something.
For example: “How to use an ATM”
2. Expand on each step a little bit to add more value for the search engine user.
Google wants valuable useful content so make sure to add at least 1-3 sentences for every step in your outline.
3. Create a great and appealing title for your post.
The title should include the following:
“How To …….. In … Easy Steps (With Pictures)”
By letting Google know that you know how to …. in…easy steps helps catapult your post to the front page of search results. If you add that your post includes pictures by adding “(With Pictures)” at the end it guarantees #1 placement.
4. Get pictures for every step in your outline.
You can either create your own or grab some free royalty images….or just use Google Images search function.
5. Go to your WordPress Dashboard and click on Add New post.
Here you will copy and paste your step by step outline on how to……..in…..easy steps (with pictures).
6. Insert images to your post for every step in your outline.
You can do that by clicking on “Add Media” button on Add Post page as shown below.
7. Proofread your new post before publishing.
You can save it as draft before making the post go live as shown in the image below.
8. Publish your post.
After you are done editing it’s time to publish your post and start ranking on Google. You can publish it by clicking on the “Publish” button – See image below.
9. Once the post is live there is nothing left to do.
Confirm your top rankings by searching your post title in Google then just rinse and repeat the process until you rank for every “how to” query.
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