|Weekly SEO news: 24 July 2012|
| Welcome to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
Google trusts websites that have been around for a long time more. In addition, these websites had a lot of time to get good backlinks. If you have a new website, it will be difficult to compete with these established sites. Fortunately, there is a solution.
In the news: Google's Matt Cutts says that you can ignore Google's link warnings, Bing says that there's more than backlinks, directories require fees to remove links, Google's result pages are against their own rules and more.
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|1. How to compete with established websites on Google|
Established websites have a big advantage over new websites. Websites that were around several years ago had far fewer competitors and it was much easier for them to get high rankings in that environment.
Google trusts websites that have been around for a long time more. In addition, these websites had a lot of time to get good backlinks. If you have a new website, it will be difficult to compete with these established sites.
Fortunately, it is possible to compete with the big players if you have a new website. Here are three tips that will help you to compete with established websites:
Step 1: target the right keywords
Step 2: target as many different keywords as possible
Step 3: create web pages to attract more backlinks
Getting high rankings for a new website is not difficult if you choose the right way. Do not attack the big players directly. Start with many related keywords and then proceed to the more competitive keywords.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
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|3. Recommended resources|
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|4. Previous articles|