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5/6/09
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plymouth

How do I pay google to let my site rank higher when people search a certain query

i.e when people search "miya", I like to have my site rank in top 10
I like to pay google for this, but how? which service I use
 
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John
5/6/09
John
There is no way to pay for rankings in Google, you can however show up in the sponsored results section through AdWords.

Phil Payne
5/6/09
Phil Payne
You can't, at least not in the organic results.

Look up Google AdWords for paying for sponsored links. 
BbDeath
5/6/09
BbDeath
adwords.google.com - this is for sponsored results.
Google user
5/7/09
Google user
You write out a large Cheque to
Autocrat
And then pop it into the post

(don't worry about an Address - I'm like Santa - the Postment know who/where I am)


Once I receiveyour cheque - and cash it, and take all the money ..... nothing will happen/change.
(Which means that I rate above 30% of SEO companies straight away :D ROFLMAO)
Google user
5/7/09
Google user
More seriously though - if you are wnating your site/page(s) to Rank better for searches .... then you are going to have to do a fair bit of research, reading, more research, thinking, implementing, changing etc.

To get you off on the right track.... click on my profile.
Click on the link to View Full Profile.
There's a bunch of links on the top right.
Start reading all those.

Read them several times.

Take your time.

It's all mostly common sense, logic and a tiny little bit of imagination/forethought.
Concentrate on meeting users needs/wants/desires - you should do fine.
 
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