How to Get On the First Page of Google Search

You should not skip search engine optimization (SEO) because your site will surely be in 65% to 70% of the total content on the first page of Google search with specific steps and a particular time.

This article will give you some tips on achieving the first page rankings on Google for your business keywords.

Keep an eye on SEO ranking factors

Everyone who wants to make money and keep their businesses visible knows that the first page of search engines is what they need. Given that Google is getting stricter from year to year and changes and improves algorithms and steps for SEO, this undoubtedly leads to indicators that “those behind the curtain” decide what the most crucial current parameter is.

In 2019, for example, the site’s speed on mobile devices was of utmost importance for ranking the site well on Google. The other few years, something else was necessary.

From the first to the last, all these factors lead to a better user experience, work on it, improve it, and encourage experts to think crystal clear and work more concretely. Business owners dream of that organic search, Imagine that the Internet user finds you in the third place on the first page of Google search! And, at the same time, you didn’t even pay for it – ‘nature’ did its course.

SEO Illustration (Image source – Freepik)

When it comes to growing your website’s SEO, these things are crucial to SEO optimization:

  • quality content and keywords
  • load speed
  • URL structure (friendly “URL)
  • quality and number of inbound links

Lastly, even if it seems like unnecessary information, don’t ignore it: let your site be optimized for a mobile phone. It may surprise you, but the Google algorithm also pays attention to mobile readability.

Content – A ‘Cure’ for Digital ‘Headaches’

Although video content is widely getting popular, the quality of blog posts on your site cannot be replaced with anything. The crucial factor to get on the first page of Google search is to write helpful, compelling, and easy-to-read content for humans.

Google’s aim is to offer the most relevant and great content to users when they come looking for it. Here are some tips to make your content rank:

  • Write original content with a comprehensive description of the topic.
  • Provide a helpful summary of the content through the title.
  • Present in a way that people trust it (include authentic sources and reporting).
  • Focus on helping specific range of audience instead of everyone with one post.
  • Be precise; cut the filler.

Email as a Tool

Email marketing provides a tremendous value proposition as a low-cost means to swiftly and measurably communicate with customers, especially when personalized and customized according to your specific needs.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used by these full-service email marketing platforms to help give information on which content can appeal to specific customers. Companies can then tailor that information down to the last detail. However, the strategy is more effective than many marketers know because effective email marketing can help your SEO.

You can earn social shares and even backlinks by email to promote SEO material, leading to genuine SEO gains.

The ability to promote targeted SEO content, boost off-page SEO variables, and increase qualified visitors that lead to improved engagement signals for Google and other search engines is a key link between SEO and email.

So, here are seven tips for businesses on how to use email marketing to improve their SEO:

  • Make Your Email Content More Personal

Personalize content depending on the verticals and demographics of the people you are trying to reach. Your emails will help you amplify favorable SEO results to be more targeted and relevant.

  • All email marketing content should be kept on your website

Readers or consumers want to visit your site, but they use terms from your email marketing to get there. What matters is that you use your email creatively to hammer in the proper keywords.

  • Social media links should be included in your emails

Every email newsletter should include social media links (buttons) so that recipients may share the content with no difficulties. It is simply a multiplier of sending out emails, increasing searches.

  • Maintain an email list with a high level of engagement

When working on your email list, you should segment it based on previous interactions with subscribers to improve SEO. This entails looking at what is known as “digital body language.”

  • Experiment with SEO keywords by conducting tests

You can learn a lot from your emails, primarily if you conduct some testing to discover which people respond to. You may obtain a lot of information on which precise words to optimize on your website.

  • Make a list of your keywords and reverse-engineer them

While writing the copy for your email, you reverse-engineer keywords by considering which terms your audience will look for online. Rather than just using the best phrase, you should add the terms readers think of into your email message.

  • Make your brand the first thing that comes to your customers’ minds in your niche

Everything else you are doing in your brand-building efforts is supported by email. Email is another way for your audience to become aware of your brand and create an impression.

Rich Snippet

If you have not yet tried it, it is time to find out and apply all the possibilities of a rich snippet.

As users in the digital age don’t like to waste their time, and business owners are sure that they don’t have too much of it to waste, the snippet is a great plan for creating a scheme that shows the user, in addition to position on Google search, precisely what your site has: texts, links, photos, recordings, visual identity, and other elements in the layout in which you created it.

This dramatically increases visits, retention time on your site, clicks, and reduces the bounce rate (the percentage of departures from the page the user first visits after the site’s home page).

Also, read Rich Snippets: What Are They and How Do You Get Them?

HTTPS and Site Security

In 2014, the most essential Google factor for SEO optimization was HTTPS. Although seven years have passed since then, the importance of this factor is almost the same as then. In 2018, nearly 30% of Google results on the first page were sites created to support HTTPS.

In fact, in July 2018, Google Chrome briefly and clearly began to warn users that it was an unsafe place for an Internet visit when they clicked on the site.

Although the non-existence of an HTTPS of the site reportedly does not directly affect SEO, Google has clarified what it thinks about it. On the other hand, SEO experts are sure that the switch to this protocol is necessary because you can very quickly lose users who will not be happy about the warning regarding the insecurity of their visits.

As the Zero Trust cybersecurity model says, verify everything, which is something users will feel compelled to do if they don’t trust the security of your website. 


Learning how to get on the first of Google search may take time and effort, but it can drive you the potential traffic, improve brand authority and help you get the most bang for your investment.

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  1. Erik Emanuelli says:

    Hi Mudassir,
    all good tips here.
    I should add to focus on keywords, when creating content.
    Research, analysis, then building content around long-tail keywords is the best strategy to reach the first page on SERPs.
    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Mudassir Ahmed says:

      That’s an unbeatable strategy, Erik – targeting the low-hanging keywords before you aim for the big ones, works great for your SEO push.
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing it on your Twitter. Have a great day!

  2. Ryan K Biddulph says:

    Mudassir all good tips bro. I ranked for a few keywords during my SEO heydey LOL…so much search success is simply solving problems in 1500 words or so, adding as many details as possible. Google wants you to give it all away. That is it. That is the secret.


    1. Mudassir Ahmed says:

      Love your point, Ryan – Google wants you to give it all away! A super little secret to rank.