If your website is not showing up on Google, it’s because Google thinks someone else’s website is more likely to please people. It’s that simple (and that hard). Google shows the websites that it thinks people are most likely to want to see. It shows them in the order of likelihood it thinks people will want to see them, and it shows the information (pictures, text, tweets, etc.) that it thinks people are most likely to really want.
If you want your website to show up better on Google, you will need to convince Google that people will be happier seeing your website than they will be seeing some else’s website.
Here’s a brief description how you convince Google that people will be happier with your website than with your competition. I’ll go over each one in more detail in chapters to come:
- Be more relevant
- Be more authoritative
- Be more local
- Offer a better user experience
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Adam Singer began programming for the World Wide Web in 1998 while working as an Informational Specialist for the Bureau of National Affairs, a Fortune 500 publishing company based in Washington, DC. In 2001 Adam became the Marketing and Communications Director for Jetro Platforms, a server-based computing software manufacturer. In 2011 Adam founded AJ Singer Studios, an Internet Marketing company based in Savannah, GA. In 2015 Adam formed Ability SEO as a full service marketing agency specializing in using SEO, social media, and e-mail marketing to get more visitors, leads and customers