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10 Factors that Google uses to Index a Website




When Google scans a website there are dozens of factors it takes into account in determining whether it is worth index a site or less. Here is a list of ten things to keep in mind to do to help your website to be indexed.

1. Content

You do not have enough relevant content to your site to make sure that it is indexed. Make sure that all important pages have good content that includes the keywords for which you want your site to appear whenever they are sought. Also be sure that these keywords are appropriate for the structure of the environment in a natural way.

2. Your internal link structure.

Make sure that all the pages you want indexed are all well connected to each other so they are easy to find for your visitors. This can be done through a menu bar, a sitemap (sitemap) and through links from pages which link together related content. Index a website without a good internal link structure could not be easier.

3. Age of domain

More old is your domain, the better. It ‘s easier index a site dated web. The oldest domains give confidence because there some time. This factor also distinguishes your site from tons of other sites now dead, that have not been updated for ages and that are present in the network only to gather dust. Index a site Web newborn is not always an easy task.

4. Keywords (Keywords)

If you want Google decides to index a web site that is to make sure that your site appears in search engines when certain keywords are searched, you should know how to use these keywords to make it clear that the search engine to your site is relevant for those particular keywords. For example if your site is about gardening, do not use keywords that relate to cars. It ‘also important that you do not have to fill your pages with keywords. The density of keywords or a particular word or phrase should be around 4-5 percent. Any value greater than this could be considered spam.

5. External links pointing to your website (inbound links)

Google determines your page rank (a sort of quality score) of a site and its location within the same based on what is pololare this site. The best kind of links that you might want is called ‘one-way backlinks’, especially from sites that already have a good page rank. If you are unable to immediately obtain this type of website submit your site to social bookmarking sites like Digg and Stumbleupon.

6. Outgoing links (outbound links)

This are the links that point to your site from other sites or external blogs to your website. While it is important that you also have this kind of links, keep in mind that this number is lower than that of these inbound links. Also make sure that none of your outbound links points to malicious sites. Having links pointing to your site they put in their own category, and can even make sure that your site is deleted from the search engine.

7. Bounce

The longer people remain in your site the more your site will rise in the ranking of search engine. The best way to keep visitors on your website is to have a high quality content. Furthermore, it can also help you add videos or any other means which would hold up the visitor’s interest and hold it for as long as possible on your site.

8. The factors of trust

This means that you should give your visitors a way to contact you to ask questions or whatever is still their mind. If you have a company such as it is good that you include at least one form that the user can fill in or you should leave your email address indicated. Whether your site is for your personal or commercial is still a pleasant thing to make a page like, “I am / we are” to explain quickly what your visitors are on your site or your company.

9. Who hosts your domain?

The more popular your hosting provider is more your site will appear reputable and reliable.

10. Your internet address (URL)

Make sure your URL is plain and simple, without any character or string attached randomly at the beginning or end. This is another factor that Google takes into consideration when it comes to index a website.

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 10 Factors that Google uses to Index a Website

Mohit Maheshwari

Mohit Maheshwari is the CEO and strategist of a web development company india and a digital marketing agency, New Media Guru. He is also an active blogger and loves to share his experience and knowledge of the professional web development company india web designing and Internet marketing.

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3 Comments

  1. keith says:

    Hi can you advise if number 6 is correct it states outbound links but refers in inbound links, “This are the links that point to your site from other sites or external blogs to your website” a little confused. Thanks

  2. Robert the Red says:

    One of the most poorly edited artices I’ve read in a long time.

  3. David says:

    Who on earth wrote this? It sounds like it was generated by computer translation software.

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