Use Google? Get the SEO and Mobile SEO Content You Trust More Often

If you’re the world’s most popular search engine, it’s difficult serve perfectly relevant results 100% of the time to 100% of the population. Especially for niche industries like Mobile SEO, where the first result for related terms for the past 4 years has been a site that hasn’t been updated since 2005. As a searcher, you can help Google improve their results by letting them know which sites you prefer through new features such as Preferred Sites and SearchWiki. If you like the content you see here and want it returned more often when you’re doing related searches, please consider adding it to your list of Google preferred sites, or voting it up in Google’s SearchWiki. Here’s how…

    How to Add this Site to Your Google Preferred Sites

  1. While logged in to your Google Account, visit the Google Experimental Search page.
  2. Select Join this experiment in the My preferred sites section.

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  3. Select Add preferred sites to go directly to your Google Preferences.

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  4. Add brysonmeunier.com and other sites you trust to the input box and select Add Site.

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  5. Save preferences.
    How to Vote for this Content in Google’s SearchWiki

  1. While logged in to your Google account, search on mobile SEO or some other keyword for which this site appears on the first results page.
  2. Click on the upturned arrow to the right of this site’s listing in order to promote the result.

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Other Methods

Linking is still a very important signal that Google uses to understand the relevance of a page to a query. Linking to this blog with the anchor text Natural Search and Mobile SEO Blog instead of BrysonMeunier.com can help return this site more often in your natural search results for relevant terms.

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