How to Get on Google Page 1 Not Using Your Keyword
Would you like to know how to get on Google Page 1 not using your keyword? We all do keyword research looking for that perfect word to get us high rankings, but there is another way to get on the first page of search.
WRITE INFORMATIVE LONG FORM CONTENT
You will always get some push back from content writers when they hear long-form content. I feel that reaction is based on their unwillingness to write enough content. Like Neil Patel says, "make sure your content is super in depth, answering any question that may arise."
There is a good reason why the majority of top ranking pages are more than 1,500 words long, according to serpIQ. The more content there is for Google to index the better chance you can rank for keyword queries that you never intentionally used in your content.
Not only am I on Google Page 1 for my target keyword, but just by typing in a related keyword query I am also on Page 1 Position 1, as seen in above image. This review I had written was about 4,200 words long, giving Google plenty of diverse keywords to rank me for.
It is important to remember that Google does not rank our content solely on our target keyword. Google wants to highly rank content that best answers the keyword query typed into its search bar. By providing information on Shaqir's connection with MOBE, I rank #1.
To see how you too can get high Google Page 1 rankings using Google Search Console and not only your reseached target keyword, click the below link to the tutorial. Remember, Google is looking to display content that best answers whatever keyword is typed into its search.