How Hard is it to Rank #1 on Google? – [Expert Answers]

Many people want to rank their site on Google.


Because that’s where all the traffic is.

When people go online, which is pretty much every minute, they’re statistically most likely to end up on Google.

And they’re searching for different stuff.

They could be searching for a particular website, looking for information on a particular topic or they’re looking to purchase something.

And all these results are websites.

If you’re ranking for a bunch of different search terms, you will be bringing in a ton of traffic.

Depending on the intent behind these search terms, they will produce different results.

So how hard is it to rank #1 on Google?

How Hard is it to Rank #1 on Google

Well, it all depends…


On the keyword you’re trying to go after.

If you’re trying to rank for “Weight loss pills”, it’s going to be tough because there are a lot of authority and well established sites ranking for that term.

And if you were to start a fresh blog trying to rank for that term…

You’re going to have a super tough time and won’t be on page 1 anytime soon.

If you’re going after a low competition term like “what is the best weight gainer for skinny guys”.

You’ll have a much better chance ranking for that.

It all depends on the competition, your website’s authority and how much effort you’re willing to put in to rank for that term.

SEO is a tough game and no one knows exactly how long it’s going to take for you to rank #1.

If you’re starting a fresh website, I would recommend you focusing on low competition keywords and in-depth content.

Also, if you have the money, I would recommend an SEO coach.

Someone to mentor you.

If you’re looking for an SEO coach, check out the guys at ClickDo.

They’re brilliant when it comes to ranking on Google.

Is London A Polluted City? (Shocking Sites)

I remember my first day in London.

I had mixed feelings about the things I saw.


You should know that I was very happy with the majority of what I saw in London with my own eyes.

There was just 1 big thing that I did not like.

And that was…

…garbage bags everywhere!

I mean… literally… everywhere.


First of all, let me quickly say that I loved London and I thought it was beautiful.

It was when I went to get something to eat and decided to go out of the city centre and to where a lot of housing was.

I just saw heaps and heaps of garbage bags, I couldn’t believe my eyes.

Driving by so many piled up trash bags, it was really crazy to me.

It made me feel grateful that I grew up in a little town in the country.

So what can we do about the pollution?

First of all, putting the garbage into bins isn’t going to help a whole lot


Because the garbage has to go somewhere and will end up in some landfill which will still pollute the Earth.

Keep in mind: I’m not saying don’t bin your trash.

In fact,  you should bin your trash because it can get recycled.

However, the vast majority of our waste is not recycled.

In order to tackle pollution I believe we need to raise awareness.

People seem to think global warming is some kind of conspiracy theory.

I can assure you that global warming is more real than ever.

In fact, global warming is destroying our planet.

We need to adopt a minimalist lifestyle.

Check out the above video about minimalism, it has transformed the life of many people and can help save our precious planet.

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