Yesterday I received a demanding question in our support ticket. Here’s the question:
“I want to start to promote product, i have decided to start to promote your product but i want you to teach me free of charge step-by-step guide that i can take on how i can create blog/review/report for your products that will make the blog/review/report that i will create for your products be listed on the first page of google search engine under 24 hours. Please, include any details that can help me to achieve that very fast so that the blog/review/report that i will create for your products will be listed on the first page of google search engine very fast under 24 hours before any other person do so.”
Initially I didn’t want to reply this question because it’s really out of the scope of our support. But on second thought, I decided to write the answer in our blog because it will be useful to our members.
Now let’s get into our discussion today: “How to get your product review page listed on the first page of Google search engine under 24 hours”.
Step 1: Decide what keyword phrase you want to rank for
Anyone with some knowledge in SEO can easily rank first in Google for the keyword phrase “pineapple durian cookie” because there is virtually zero competition for this keyword phrase.
But what’s the point? No one will search for this phrase.
So the first step is to find a keyword phrase that is low in competition but with good demand. How to do it? Well, I wrote the step by step instruction in our blog some time back. Read long tail keyword research to find out how.
For product review, a common practice is to target the product name. For example, if you are promoting LeadsLeap, you can target keywords like “Leadsleap review, Leadsleap scam, Leadsleap proof, does LeadsLeap work” and the LeadsLeap.com version of the four.
Step 2: Find an authority site
Assuming you found your million dollar keyword phrase, if you want to get listed on the first page of Google within 24 hours, your webpage must be hosted on an authority site. An authority site is a well-established, high PR site with great contents. For example, LeadsLeap blog is well established and whenever I post a blog, that blog will usually be in the first page of Google within 24 hours.
If you don’t have an authority site, you can leverage on other authority sites that allows you to post articles to it. Some of the famous ones include Squidoo, Blogspot and Ezinearticles. I recommend Squidoo and Blogspot. Ezinearticles.com has many constraints and it’s difficult to expand in the future.
Step 3: Write an article
After finding an authority site, your next step is to write a review or article about the product you are going to promote and publish it on the authority site.
The article should meet the following criteria:
– It must be optimized for the keyword phrase you’re targeting. (This is called onpage optimization. I’m not going to talk about onpage optimization here. It’s very standard and you can easily pick up an ebook to learn about it.)
– It must be convincing. (You have to put on your marketing cap when writing the article.)
– It should provide proof that the product works.
– It should give some kind of bonuses for those who purchase from your link (Optional, depending on the product you’re promoting.).
Step 4: Write another article
Next, you have to quickly write another article. This article is for link building purpose. It should be different from your main article and should discuss something more general.
For example, if you are promoting LeadsLeap, you can write an article about “3 easy ways to generate leads for your business”. In the article or in the resource section of the article, you should provide a link back to the main article, using the target keyword phrase as the linking text.
Step 5: Publish the articles and build links
The last step is to publish both articles and build lots of links to the main article.
Say if you publish the main article in Squidoo, you can post the second article to Blogspot, Hubpages, Ezinearticles and other established article directories, linking the second article back to your main article in Squidoo. You can also bookmark your Squidoo page as well as the pages with your second article in social bookmarking sites such as Digg and Propeller.
You should be able to complete Step 1 to 5 within a day.
Assuming you complete all these within a day and sleep through the whole of the following day, on the 3rd day, that is 24 hours after you completed Step 1-5, your Squidoo page should be listed in Google. Whether it’s on the first page depends on how competitive your keyword phrase is. If you’ve chosen a long-tail keyword with low competition, your Squidoo page should be listed on the first page of Google.
(Optional) Step 6-999: Keep building links
What if your main review article is not listed on the first page of Google? Well, just keep building more links to that article. Search this blog for more link building strategies.