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08-27-2015, 03:27 AM
Hello Friends,

How to get ranking for new website?

08-27-2015, 07:49 AM
Ranking for new website can be achieved by the help of good on page and off page techniques. On page helps to create the web presence of your domain in search engines, whereas off page is the way to promote your optimized website in search engines to generate traffic and improve keyword ranking.

08-27-2015, 10:46 PM
Hi dyhair77!

Ranking of a new website is not easy as it may looks like. Properly implementing of SEO technique is the right way to come up in your desired ranking. Don't use black hat SEO technique because it can penalize your website. Go with the proper techniques like on page and off page. The process of having a high rank for your website is a daily process, you must be doing the techniques daily.


08-27-2015, 11:26 PM
Good Discussion is going on this forum thread we need to keep Quality work if you want to good ranking for a long time.

salman gee
08-28-2015, 12:10 AM
A higher rank means more visitors, and more visitors mean more sales, or more advertising revenue Just put the phrase(s) you want to rank well for in the <title></title> tag and in at least one other area on the page. For some reason this isn't obvious to everyone: I can't remember how many times someone has sought my advice about how to rank well for some phrase, and I check out their page and that phrase is nowhere to be found! A while back a friend asked me how to get her homepage to rank well for her name, which was unusual enough that she should have been at the top of Google with no problems. After I checked out her page I felt like asking her, "And it didn't occur to you to put your name somewhere on that page?!" Actually, her name was on her page, but in a graphic. Google can't read that, they have no idea what words are contained in an image. And her <title> tag just said "Home". How is Google supposed to know that her page was about Sally Thunderpizza? (Not her real name.)

So anyway, for non-competitive phrases, just put the phrases you want to rank for in the <title> and in the body copy of your page. For example, you should be able to get to #1 in Google within a month for the phrase martian pudding headache. Go ahead, try it.

Okay, but what if your phrase is competitive? Then you're going to need to make your site worthy of ranking well. Think about it: When you search Google, don't the best sites for your search phrase usually come up first? Do you think that's an accident, or coincidence? Hell no. Google wants to list the best sites first, because if Google returns bad sites then people will start using Yahoo or Bing instead.
Getting to the top of the SERPs (search engine results pages) means earning it. Getting to the top is not about trying to trick the search engines. The engines are constantly tweaking their formulas, so today's trick won't work tomorrow anyway. And trying to stay on top of the tricks takes more time than simply making your site worthy of a good ranking well in the first place.

Most sites are either "stores" (selling something) or "magazines" (offering free articles, and making their money from ads). Let's take these one at a time. If you're running a store, think about what would make your store outstanding:
Low prices, or super-high-quality products (depending on the audience you're targeting)
Large selection
Friendly, responsive customer service
Easy ordering process
Tons of information about the products you sell (answering every question a would-be shopper could have about the products)
Customer reviews of the products
Doing something better than your competitors. After all, if you don't do anything better than your competitors, then why should you rank higher than them?
For "magazine" sites that offer articles:
Try to create two new articles every week. If you can't do that, try to do one page each week. At a bare minimum, create a new article each month.
As much as possible, your new articles should be unique, interesting, authoritative, and compelling. If you want to rank well for the phrase electric widgets, then make your site the best resource about electric widgets available.
And for both flavors of sites:
Write a <TITLE></TITLE> tag for each page that accurately describes that page (no more than about 64 characters).
Make sure all of your pages are accessible through normal <A HREF> links (i.e., don't use JavaScript or Flash links exclusively).
Link to quality relevant sites. After you do so, ask those sites to link to you, but don't make your link to them contingent on whether they link back.
Follow standard website design tips and avoid the problems listed on Problem Websites. Your site should be not only attractive, but super-easy to use, and completely free of annoyances.
Most importantly, purge your mind of trying to think of ways you can "trick" your way to the top of the results. Do NOT think about the specific nuts and bolts of how a search engine will rank your pages. Instead, build good, quality pages for your visitors, and trust that the rankings will follow.
But many webmasters don't get this. They write to me asking such things as:

How many times should my keywords appear on my pages?
What's the optimum ratio of keywords to non-keywords?
Should I seek links from several PR4 sites or one PR6 site?
Will doing [insert some trick here] cause me to rank higher?
Such webmasters are missing the point. You get good rankings by building a quality site, not by trying to figure out exactly how the search engines rank pages. It's counter-intuitive, but you get good rankings by ignoring rankings and focusing on quality. Focus on quality and the rankings will follow. It works the same way in business: If you focus on the money you'll probably make less money. But if you focus on creating a great customer experience then the money will follow.

08-28-2015, 12:58 AM
Social media and SEO (On-page and Off-page) are best ways to get traffic and get rank in search engines for new website.

08-28-2015, 04:44 AM
Check your url got ranked in Google. Otherwise submit in Google webmaster to crawl the website.

08-28-2015, 08:19 AM
Your site on-page should be very strong and should have cover targeted keywords. then You have to focus on off-page. Create few back links but high quality and natural from high authority sites.

Raff Harris
08-28-2015, 10:00 AM
Excellent Discussion is going on this community line we need to keep Quality work if you want to great ranking for a long period.

08-28-2015, 11:59 AM
Ranking for new website can be achieved by the help of good on page and off page techniques. On page helps to create the web presence of your domain in search engines, whereas off page is the way to promote your optimized website in search engines to generate traffic and improve keyword ranking.

i totally agree with you. Nice Information.

08-29-2015, 06:35 AM
Make back links in directories, book marking sites, forums, some blogs, article submission, press report, social networks etc. for your new website's ranking.

08-30-2015, 05:32 AM
Ranking for new website can be achieved by the help of Search engine optimization. Search engine optimization helps to create the web presence of your domain in search engines.

09-04-2015, 02:18 AM
Your chosen on-page site needs to be a stronger form and must cover the available targeted keywords. These are related to off-page focused service with higher link building.

09-04-2015, 10:51 PM
SEo and SMO are the best method to increase good ranking.

Luke Swenson
09-11-2015, 08:53 AM
Ask other high-quality websites to link to your website.
Publish your website details in high pr press release sites.
Post some high quality content in good article directories and take a backlink from them.
Or hire some expert from SEOclerks.

Stefanie Jones
09-11-2015, 02:32 PM
SEO and SMO are the best method to increase good ranking.

09-12-2015, 01:42 AM
Unique Content Post & Search engine , Profile Creation etc. for your new website's ranking.

09-12-2015, 03:10 PM
SEO and SMO are the best method to increase traffic.

09-13-2015, 04:35 AM
Hello Friends,

How to get ranking for new website?

Do keyword research, then select beneficial keywords.
Place that keywords on your site and work on On Page SEO factors.
Now create SEO optimized content for your new site and then build some authority backlinks through blog commenting, guest posting etc etc.
After doing all these hard work, you may definitely see huge jump in search engine results. ;)

09-17-2015, 05:16 AM
you should high quality on page to get better ranking in google through new website.

09-17-2015, 06:09 AM
For ranking a new website-
1.You should first submit your website to search engines.(Do Search Engine Submission).
2.Make sure to implement better On-page optimization for your website.
3.Create more pages with relevant keywords and content.
4.Practice natural and ethical way of off-page link building.
5.Social media Optimization is one important factor for viral publicity.

11-14-2015, 05:24 AM
To get ranking for your new site is easy as it can be achieved through both on page as well as off page techniques. Go for it!

11-16-2015, 02:18 AM
In these days SMO and SMM is the most important techniques for traffic in the keywords and also in website. But don't forget to work in on-page seo and off-page seo.

11-16-2015, 07:29 AM
Your chosen on-page site must be a stronger form and should include current targeted keywords. These are linked to off-page focused service with higher link building.

11-23-2015, 08:30 AM
Your website on-page should be striking and should have keywords. Only then you could focus on off-page, create organic back links that are of high quality from reputed sites.

10-05-2016, 01:18 PM
Google's new Panda update to their search algorithm made pretty much any quick, link building tactics obsolete.

The best thing to do now is to create educational content on your blog in the form of case studies, blog posts, and infographics, then share it to social media and sites like Reddit.

Then, try to write guest posts for the major blogs in your industry. Just send a sample of some of your writing to the author, then write a new post geared towards that blog's audience. If it's good, the blog owner would be a cool not to do it because it's 1.) content he/she doesn't have to write and 2.) shows technical experts also care about their readership, which is a major win for his/her audience.

But there's actually a better way.

There's a major misconception when it comes to marketing. It isn't to promote yourself, but rather promote others who share the same target market.

For example, if you make wedding cakes, go to a wedding dress blog and tell them you'd like to write and feature an article about them on your blog. Not only are they going to say yes, but once you write it, they're going to share it to all their friends on Twitter and Facebook. "Look, we were featured in XYZ!". New eyeballs come to your site for free.

And all you had to do is put other's needs before your own.