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The money is on the front page of Google…every SEO worth his salt knows that.
We know you want to make the money, and for that reason, we advise that the ultimate goal of every search engine optimization campaign you carry out should be getting your money keywords ranking highly on page 1 of Google SERP (Search Engine Results Page).
The easiest way to trick that out is writing good content, and then ensuring that you include a couple of easy to rank long-tail keywords within the content…can we ever say this enough?
Now, while a very quick keyword research session using a tool like Google Adwords Keyword Planner or a simple yet powerful software like iLovePage1 can uncover those golden keywords in less than 5 minutes, it beats my imagination silly that people still write and publish content without targeting any specific keyword.
Good Keyword research, analysis, and selection is simply the all-important foundation on which a prospective high ranking site should be built on.
As a result, every internet marketer should always aim to use keywords which their site visitors/ prospective customers search Google with frequently, and most importantly those which have little “allintitle” competition.
If you do proper keyword selection, then you are likely to get first page of Google quickly. The odds that you will rank in Google page 1 in a short time will greatly be in your favor.
When we created ILP1 it was almost instantaneous. Probably this is Google response to automated machine allintlte scraping. The impact for ILP1 is that scraping will take a little longer than before.
HOW TO INCREASE SPEED?
It looks like the big G slowed down the time it takes to get a response form an allintitle query. Just try to hit:
In our machine it takes about 6-8 seconds before we see the page with the allintitle results
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Many times people come and ask: “I did my SEO, I did a proper keyword research, I discovered gold seeds keywords, I did on site optimization based on those keywords and I waited … But what is the ranking of my website? Am I, at least, ranking in the first page of Google?”
Google SERP is a mysterious monster that changes dinamically based on many factors: your location, the keywords you tape, the Google url extension (.com, .fr, .es, etc.), your IP address, your cache, your gmail account preferences (yes if you are logged in google customizes the search result page for you), etc.
It is impossible to list all the factors that have an impact on the SERP and it is even harder to foresee how Google modifies the result page based on the combination of influencing factors.
Therefore you cannot perform the old school manual check of going to Google, search for the targeted keyword and look where your website ranks.
SEO is all about keywords so your website will probably rank differently depending on the searched keyword; there is not an absolute website ranking.
How to calculate the keyword ranking
How to calculate the keyword ranking Your website will have a unique ranking associated to each specific keyword, how to calculate it? First you need to calculate the keyword potential in terms of average monthly searches generated; this can easily be done with the Google keyword planner.
So let’s say we want to calculate the ranking of iLovePage1 for the keyword “search engine optimization software”. The keyword generates 590 average monthly searches on Google:
To be more precise the best is to get a month of reference. In the case below we took March 2014 when the keyword generated 390 searches.
We need to understand how much traffic that keyword drives to iLovePage1.com; for this purpose we can use Google Analytics. Go to Acquisition > Keywords > Organic
Then look for the targeted keyword and see how much traffic it drives to your website. In our case it led 40 monthly searches at March 2014. It is important to compare keyword potential with keyword real traffic on the same time base.
We know that the keyword “search engine optimization software” generated 390 monthly searches at March 2014 and led 40 to iLovePage1 which makes 40/390 = 10,26%. If we compare this to table of the CTR of the Google first page of results we will reversely get the ranking of our website on that keyword.
The last two major CTR studies were conducted by Optify and Enquiro. Optify’s study was conducted in the holiday season of 2010 from a variety of business-to-business websites. The study published by Enquiro Search Solutions was conducted in 2007 using survey data and eye-tracking research. It was the result of a business-to-business focused survey of 1,084 pre-researched and pre-selected participants. Both studies observed Google as its search engine; the CTR curves for each study are shown below.
Therefore if we refer to the table above results with a 10% we know that iLovePage1 ranks position 2 or 3 in the first page of Google for the keyword “search engine optimization software”.
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Did you know that with iLovePage1 you can scrape much more than Allintitle results?
The engine of the tool is in the settings file.
Go to the installation directory and you will find the following file: SeoToolSettings.xml
Directory: Program Files / ilovepage1 / config
Go towards the end of the file and you will find the Allintitle search query:
You can scrap results from any other Google operator by changing the operator allintitle with the other accepted operators.
For instance, if you want to scrape allinanchor results just change the settings file as follows:
You can find all the search operators here:
Download here the settings file for allintitle, intitle, inurl and replace it in: Program Files / ilovepage1 / config
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