The Best Web Designer in the World
Am I really The Best Web Designer in the World? Well, not exactly. I mean, that’s quite a subjective thing. Certainly, whomever is the best web designer in the world in one person’s eyes, may not be the best web designer in the world to someone else, right? I’m not trying to show that I am the best web designer in the world but I am showing you that I know how search engines work. Especially Google.
And that really has nothing to do with being The Best Web Designer in the World. What I’m talking about is SEO: Search Engine Optimization. I’ve performed the techniques that I’ve learned on this very page, and as you can see, it comes up in the number one spot on Google almost every time you search for “The Best Web Designer In The World”.
Since the search engines can’t look at web pages and determine that “Worlds-best-web-designer.com really is The Best Web Designer in the World” what they do is simply follow a pre-programmed range of criteria and match up whatever site fits those criteria. If you know the criteria, and know how to leverage them, viola! You can direct visitors to your site and actually help them find what they are looking for! Where in the world is the best Web Designer? You would like to know how I did it, wouldn’t you? First, check out my page title. You can find it in the title bar of your browser, at the top of the page (above File | Edit | etc.) Notice how I’ve entitled this page: “The Best Web Designer in the World – Ruben Aragones? That is one of the clues the search engine looks for to find out what the page is about. Now, if your address bar is visible, look at the name of the page: http://www.worlds-best-web-designer.com.
That is another important factor, although the search engines have to keep changing their rules because too many people were naming their pages “improperly” in order to manipulate the results, if you can imagine such a thing! Next clue: The big heading says: “The Best Web Designer in the World”, and the sub-heading is “Am I really The Best Web Designer in the World?” I did that to get the term “The Best Web Designer in the World” in the headings multiple times. This is called “keyword density” or “keyword frequency”, and I’ve used this technique in the standard copy of the page, mentioning the key phrase “The Best Web Designer in the World?” many times. (Did you notice?) Since the term “The Best Web Designer in the World” isn’t a very competitively sought after keyword on Google, it is usually pretty easy to get a high ranking for the term desired. So, who is really the best in the world at designing websites? Just ask Google!
Ruben Aragones Worlds Best Web Designer