Why big Websites Have Better Ranking On Google?

by George Cht SEO Marketer
Google's John Mueller was asked why content publishing well-known and big sites tends to gain the top three (or tenths if you like) top spot on the search results page.

Is Domain "Dynamic" the Top Rank in Google?

The question that was asked was: Why do articles from large sites consistently get the top google rankings?

Mueller offered a slightly more general explanation of why Google is showing more confidence in some sites to consistently rank at the top.

He said that the best ranking on google is not always related to its domain name and its "dynamic".

“It's more a matter of posting new content (meaning 'fresh' content)… This is important for people who are currently searching and ranking is more based on it […] It's something I am often asked. If you have to blog, if you have to write five or ten articles a day and such questions. "

As we see it, it's not about whether you create a lot of articles every day ... but rather that you have 'fresh' content, which is really important for some users right now. If this is the case, we will show it. It's not that blogging itself is something that in itself can drive a website higher in results. But to what extent the new content is relevant to users' searches. "

In addition to Quantity and Quality there is Relevance

There is an approach to content creation that seems to focus on quantity and quality, but leaves out the relevance part.

In some cases, content that focuses on relevance and offers answers to the user's query is better. This is SEO.

What Mueller says is that before creating content, a little research needs to be done on what users might be doing for a given period of time.

Note, however, that Mueller did not mention anything about keywords and encouraged the user who asked the question above to focus on creating content relevant to the user's queries.

However, as you probably already noticed, he did not even answer our original question:

How do the big sites get to the top?

So did the Google Webmaster Hangout user who asked the original question.

So he asked again:

"If I start blogging on my own page will I get the same results?"

"About yes ... there are always some supplements that affect how to find content quickly, to be able to understand that a website is creating high quality content and more. So there is some ... additional information that we collect about the site as a whole, "Mueller said.

Basically what Google's Webmaster Trends Analyst says is that you can't just create content and wait for it to rank immediately.

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About George Cht Junior   SEO Marketer

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