You’ve got to get your website indexed in by Google if you want to succeed. You’ve probably heard that over and over again. You may have even heard people talking about how difficult it is, and how much work it takes. But this isn’t necessarily true, if you know what to do.
First, once your website is ready, you need to go and list it for indexing yourself, instead of waiting for Googlebot to find you. Furthermore, you need to add each and every webpage of your website in the Add URL form for Google, which can be found at: http://www.google.com/addurl .
Before you do that, however, your website must be ready. Make sure that your content has targeted the keywords that will serve you and your potential visitor’s best in the search engine. You should use your keywords between 2% and 6% in the content of each page.
Use various search engine optimization techniques. As well as ensuring that your keywords are used in the actual content of your pages, you need to use them in the title of the page, in the ‘alt’ tags for graphics and links, in the anchor text for links, and in your
You also need to make sure that you have clean HTML code, that all of your pages are linked together, and that you aren’t using any SEO black hat techniques.
While this method of getting Google to Index your pages works, it can be very slow. The Googlebot obviously has a lot of work to do each day, and it just takes time to get it all done. But, there is a faster way to get listed in Google. Use Google AdWords.
With Google AdWords, you can sign up for an account at no cost, you should note, however, that it does indeed cost money to use Google AdWords. You select your keywords, set up your ad, set a budget, and activate the campaign. You must also set how much you are willing to pay, per click, for each keyword.
Google then starts showing your ad in the search results when your keywords are searched for – you see Google Ads on the right hand side of the page in the search results. That is where your ad will appear.