SEO For Beginners 2016 – How to Rank High In Google?

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) tutorial for beginners. In this video, you will learn all the necessary SEO techniques to rank your websites high in Google search engine. All the training is provided in a step-by-step newbie friendly way.

An ideal guide for anyone who is new to the web and doesn’t want to spend countless hours jumping from one website to another trying to find the right SEO information!

I will explain all the necessary basics by optimizing my website, and through informative slides so you can also do same at home.

What Is SEO?

Search Engine Optimization consists on the process of optimizing your websites pages so they can better rank on Google SERP (Search Engine Results Page) for the keywords you’re targeting.

Why Should You SEO?

If you’re looking to get free, highly interested visitors to your website from the search engines then you must learn how to SEO. Besides, if you love the smell of money in the morning then there’s no better way!

What Is a Keyword?

A keyword or search phrase is anything you type in Google’s search box so you can find more information about a specific topic in the listing of relevant websites they provide.

How to Rank High On Google?

Over the years, a lot of factors have changed when it comes to SEO. Google is far more strict in the content they rank high in their search engine. Besides, you can no longer achieve good results in a matter of few months with a new website. For this reason, SEO is a long-term investment in the traffic you get to your website.

Yet, there are a few key elements that will make you succeed online, and have a website, which will stand the test of times these are:

– Always provide high-quality and relevant content
– Constantly think about user experience
– Initially, build your brand in social media networks

If you build your website around these ideas, you will most certainly make Google love your website and get their heavenly blessing of ranking well on their search engine and receiving tones of traffic.

SEO is also divided in two parts and I’ll give you tips so you can perform well on both. This includes:

On-Page SEO?

Everything you must do insides your website so you can improve its visility in the search engines, such as:

– Optimizing Meta Titles, URL extension, Image Alt, etc.

Off-Page SEO?

Everything you must do outside your website so you can achieve better results in Google, including:

– Marketing your website in social media networks, forums, blogs and much more…

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Video Time-Stamp

Introduction – 0:00
What’s SEO – 0:57
Search Engine Works – 4:29
On-Page SEO changes – 7:28
Responsive Theme – 9:49
Uploading Time – 11:27
Install WP Super Cache – 15:35
Install Yoast SEO – 16:32
Optimize Homepage – 17:12
XML Sitemap – 20:47
Post Optimization – 22:38
Meta Title – 30:15
Content Optimization – 33:23
Internal Links – 36:05
External Links – 42:08
Off-Page SEO – 43:08
Social Media Networks – 46:15
Q&A Websites – 48:59
Blog Commenting – 49:35
Forums – 51:12
Social Media Sharing Buttons – 52:15
Be Patient – 54:00

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18 Comments

  1. Administator FirstClickInc. says:

    Jordan we’d like to invite you on to our SEO podcast at
    firstclick.podbean.com would you be interested?

  2. Ibiza Luxury Villas says:

    But this is only for wordpress sites right ?

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Ibiza Luxury Villas You can also use Yoast for Drupal. I can only think
      about software outside of your website for what you want. You have plenty
      of great tools for different purposes, such as:

      – Google Webmaster – One freely available by Google. You get a lot of
      useful information
      – Check My Links – let’s you see if your links are working properly
      – Moz tools – gives you a lot of information about several aspects related
      to your website but also others
      – HubSpot’s Website Grader – you can check the performance, SEO, and other
      attributes of your website
      – Woorank – Reveals optimization opportunities in your site

    • Ibiza Luxury Villas says:

      +Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) Thanks but I was not clear, I was
      referring to Yoast – only for wordpress sites right ? Is there another cool
      program for general sites ?

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Ibiza Luxury Villas Well, if you aren’t using WordPress then you need to
      integrate them some other way. Either using HTML or another platform. But
      the optimization process is the same one.

  3. Dario Bongio says:

    Hi Jordan, I’ve just subscribed to your channel. I have a question about
    external links in my post (42:00). The external link to quality and related
    sistes, must to be dofollow or nofollow? Can I get some penalization if my
    external links are often dofollow? thanks

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Dario Bongio Yes, you may get penalized by Google if your website link
      profile seems manipulated. For instance, if you had about 80% dofollow
      links with the same anchor text, or something similar.

      You have to think about how it would look like if your website was new and
      was gaining some natural links. You certainly would have a higher
      percentage of nofollow links than dofollow. Actually, I would even say 90%
      would be nofollow links, since nowadays dofollow links are rarer. Also most
      of them would not have the exact anchor text you wanted. Instead something
      like, read more, click here, check this, etc.

      A way to get a couple of good dofollow links is by doing guest blogging.
      Basically, writing for someone else’s website. But before you get to that
      point, I would start by commenting on that person’s website. This way you
      can build trust and possibly even a relationship with the owner of that
      website. And later, it’s easier to ask that person to post something on
      their site.

      Thanks for the sub 🙂

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Dario Bongio Yes, you may get penalized by Google if your website link
      profile seems manipulated. For instance, if you had about 80% dofollow
      links with the same anchor text, or something similar.

      You have to think about how it would look like if your website was new and
      was gaining some natural links. You certainly would have a higher
      percentage of nofollow links than dofollow. Actually, I would even say 90%
      would be nofollow links, since nowadays dofollow links are rarer. Also most
      of them would not have the exact anchor text you wanted. Instead something
      like, read more, click here, check this, etc.

      A way to get a couple of good dofollow links is by doing guest blogging.
      Basically, writing for someone else’s website. But before you get to that
      point, I would start by commenting on that person’s website. This way you
      can build trust and possibly even a relationship with the owner of that
      website. And later, it’s easier to ask that person to post something on
      their site.

      Thanks for the sub 🙂

  4. Arabic Alphabet says:

    Hi Jordan,

    Googleplus posts used to cause my link to fly in google. Now they drop so
    have your tried this recently? Not much improvment its twitter maybe zero
    and facebook not much may drop as well.

    First time I added my link on googleplus with 100 word post or so dropped
    instantly keep trying same result. I then noticed the anchor text of my
    post link was my keywords which stupid google hates now while just last
    summer and spring I had at least 50-60 low pr rank posts with keyword in
    anchor texts and it did not drop me the damn google drops it after one
    post. Then I posted 20 words or so to be like a normal poster without
    anchor text and still dropped.

    Are you sure google plus posts help this week? Things are changing by the
    months not years. I am going to write 1,000 word article on googleplus and
    add my link without anchor texts and see what happens what so you think of
    this? I doubt it will help based on my past experiences. 

    • Arabic Alphabet says:

      I know seo I am starting to rank for keyword that get 74,000 monthly
      searches but I am nearly going to conclude that nofollow links on
      googleplus hurt rank and may soon conclude same thing about youtube, I made
      dofollow link on google plus lets see what happens

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Qadada Kadadah There are so many reasons why that may be happening.

      1 st – If your website is new or post then it will be dancing on the SERP.
      Going up and down on its position until it becomes more stable.
      2nd- If you’re posting in G+ and liking it then your content will have more
      priority in the SERP, appearing in a more visible position for you. But
      only during a short period of time then it goes back to its original
      position.

      Honestly, I wouldn’t worry much about your web page positions in the SERP.
      You should focus on constantly building content, and marketing it. It’s
      rather more important to see the traffic you start getting from the search
      engine. If you see more and more people coming from the search engine then
      you’re certainly going in the right direction, and ranking well for several
      keywords.

      I also recommend for you to use a tool to check your web-pages ranking more
      precisely, such as: SEO rank Tracker (app for Google chrome), Traffic
      Travis (downloadable software) and other similar ones.

    • Arabic Alphabet says:

      +Qadada Kadadah Also there is a way to get dofollow links on youtube and
      google plus I just found how but that’s not the point why does my link drop
      when i post nofollow posts on googleplus even with youtube it happened.

    • Arabic Alphabet says:

      And again dropped 1 page after hour or 2. Will wait till tomorrow and see
      but I don’t expect it will move or return to where is was.

      Did you try posting recently? Please try today. Things change fast with
      stupid google.

    • Arabic Alphabet says:

      no sir I am logged out now I tried again I posted post short post less then
      100 words to link to one of my backlinks and yes I am logged out and clear
      cookies and browser.

  5. Radio Dolon says:

    Very informative video for me.. Thanks for sharing this video ..!

    • Jordan Alexo (Pro Site Tutorials) says:

      +Radio Dolon Glad to see my video helped you out! Thanks for the comment,
      have a great weekend 🙂

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