Stop Wasting Your Time Trying To Land On The First Page Of Google - Page 2
Use that space wisely. Make sure your meta description tag is well-written enough that someone reading it would want to learn more.
3: Discover your website goals
What is the goal of your website?
Sure, it may be to sell more product or gain new clients, but what is the immediate goal of your website?
In other words, what do you want each and every visitor to do before leaving your website? Pick up the phone and call you? Fill out a form? Order your product?
Whatever it is, make certain that every aspect of your website supports that goal and does not get in the way of achieving it.
Believe it or not, Google can tell if a search user hits the back button and returns to the results shortly after visiting your site. And that wouldn't be good.
There You Have It
Landing on the first page of Google is great for your business. But if no one visits your site, what’s the use?
It’s important to do your initial research and target the best keywords most suitable for your business.
Continue to focus on upping your click-through rate and provide a solid user experience and you’ll keep both Google and your new customers giddy with excitement.