Several simple ways to increase the trust of domain names

But complaining is useless and must face reality.

In general, the fundamental way to increase the trustworthiness of a domain name is to provide good content and attract other domain names that are equally credible to you. Both of these are time-consuming and laborious tasks that cannot be done in a short time.

There are also a few simple ways to do it, so let’s try it.

1) The website must have a privacy policy

I don’t have to find my blog’s privacy policy, I haven’t added it because the entire site is not ready.

2) Provide a complete contact method

Includes phone and real address.

3) At least 40 or more pages should be made before the website has a lot of good content.

4) Link to several authoritative websites in the industry

These four points come from a big change in Google AdWords’ entire bidding system two months ago. In the past, AdWords’ advertising rankings were based on price and click-through rate. In July, Google notified AdWords customers that the quality of the site itself would be credited to the entire auction system, and that low-quality sites would cost more.

Many webmasters report that this change has required them to pay two to three times the price to maintain the same advertising ranking.

After some webmasters contacted Google, Google’s answer was to improve the above four items. Although this is for AdWords advertisers, why not use the same standard in the rankings?

5) Register the domain name for several years instead of the annual renewal fee

The WHOIS data for the domain name matches the contact information on the website, both of which were mentioned in a Google patent application.

6) Use a separate IP address

Most websites share an IP address on a virtual host. However, some people suggest that a separate IP address is a sign of a high-quality website, which is also logical. But Matt Cutts once said, don’t worry about this. Choose which side of the letter you want to make your own decisions.

7) There are no or few dead links 404 errors on the website, etc.

I don’t care about my website, and the quality is not good.

8) Server response is fast

Reduce downtime. This should not directly affect the ranking, unless you swing for a week, otherwise the search engine spider will crawl your page in a few days. However, it is also logical to conclude that if your website has a lot of downtime, it means that you are not serious about this website and the quality may not be high.

9) Web page HTML code verified by W3C

At least reduce serious code errors. Similarly, Matt Cutts said, don’t worry about this, most websites have code errors.

These can be very small factors. But adding up may have a little impact. Why not do things that are easy to change?

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