Ain’t nobody got time for that.
So let’s just cut to the chase and break down the 13 factors of the current Google Algorithm that matter.
Have you heard that in order to rank well for Google, we’re talking first page results here, there’s at least 206 factors at play that go into the Google Algorithm to determine whether your site should be first on the first page of Google? What will it take to rank ahead of your competition and ahead of authority sites such as Wikipedia and CNN? Well, there’s actually more than 200 factors at play. But fortunately, you don’t have to worry about knowing all 200 of those factors, in fact, after doing SEO for more than 20 years, my team and I have learnt to focus on the key factors that work to bring your site to page 1 of Google.
What’s it going to take?
Join me for a presentation as I break down the 200 factor algorithm into the top 13 factors that are key.
Disclaimer: we are not Google and we don’t claim to be. We’ve just had more than 20 years of experience tinkering with the Google Algorithm so we know a few hacks to help us gain results for our clients and we would love to help set you in the right direction so you at least have a working knowledge of SEO and how to make good decisions around responsible SEO.
I’m also going to share with you what you can do with Google Analytics, Google Search Console and Google Business Profile. How you can use free tools to help set you stay on the right path towards building your digital empire with SEO using the right tools and keeping best practices in mind.
Details of the ASMP Gaming Google SEO talk:
About the Speaker:
Hi, I’m Tricia.. we help you build and expand your digital empire. At AZENCE, we focus on helping clients OBTAIN, MAINTAIN & RETAIN more clients by following a simple 3 step process. 1. Building a site that works by generating leads and sales. 2. Determining the digital marketing strategies that work best to drive a continuous sales pipeline. And 3. Improving workflow efficiency with a CRM. We make you look good! We’ll also help you build KNOW, LOVE & TRUST with your audience. Simplifying your business life with ~ Web : Video : & Social ~ so you can whistle while you work!
I’ve been in digital marketing since the early 2000s and now I’m even building digital empires for my clients’ children. Did I mention that I’m a former Marketing Director who cut my teeth in SEO dating back to the early 2000s? I absolutely love the challenge because every project is different. I’d love to chat about any projects you have on your plate. Let’s figure out how to work smarter so you can live more, work less.
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Come join us for a lively session at Diebolt Brewing Company in Denver so we can help each other get found on Google. I will be speaking for about 45 minutes. Come with questions!
Here’s a sneak peak about what I’ll be sharing.
2023 Most Important Factors of the 200+ Google Algorithm
- Number of linking root domains
- Authority of linking page and domain
- Link from authority sites
- Backlink anchor text
- Mobile optimized
- SSL certification
- Presence of a sitemap
- Keyword in URL
- Keyword prominence
- Page loading speed
- Keyword in Title Tag
- Content Length
- Image Optimization
What do the items above even mean? I’ll break it down as simply as I can for you.
Can Google Search Console, Google My Business and Google Analytics help?
Of course, I’ll show you some tips on what to do with those to help you get on the right path.
When it comes to SEO, there’s always more than one way to slay. At AZENCE, we tend to focus our SEO efforts on the factors above because we’ve observed that they drive the fastest results for our clients.
Here’s the slide deck of my Gaming Google SEO presentation.
Thank you everyone for coming and for the amazing questions! Here’s the link to the Google Slides of my presentation.
SEO: Gaming Google?
Ain’t nobody got time for that so let’s cut to the chase and focus on the 13 factors that matter.
And if you are interested in learning the basics of SEO and the evolution of the Google algorithm? I have a talk that I did years ago at Google that you may like to check out. This event was hosted by Google Developer Group and here’s a recording from their YouTube channel: