Using Google Drive

Using Google Drive

We are discussing here Bing handles approximately 900 million searches per day and represents approximately 7.5% of the search engine market share.

With more than 6.5 billion searches worldwide on search engines, according to data found on smartinsights.com every day, Bing is not far behind.

This article is not about Bing. This article is about how to rank in the current king of search engines, Google.

Google controls 10 times the market share of search engines that Bing has with 77.5%. If you’re doing the math, that represents a staggering 4.5 billion of those 6.5 billion searches worldwide. Simply put.

King Kong has nothing on Google

While it’s important for major search engines to find a small business, it’s also important to get the most for your money. This not only means being seen throughout Google search but also getting the most organic traffic possible.

So how can you do that?

You can do this using Google’s G Suite in conjunction with Google Drive.

G Suite offers an incredible amount of capabilities for your business starting at $ 5 per user/month. Using G Suite for your business allows you to create and manage users on your account. This not only gives your team access to emails and calendars but also other Google applications.

G Suite also gives you the ability to manage your company’s mobile devices so you can keep your data safe, locate devices, request passwords, and erase data. Everything from within G Suite.

Google Drive is Google’s cloud storage option. Without G Suite, you’ll pay $ 10 a month for 1TB of storage.

If you’re not familiar with using G Suite for your business, you’ll want to check it out. Especially since I will be talking about using Google Drive and G Suite to rank your local business.

Google is the fairest of all

Google suffers from what I call nepotism. They love themselves and their properties and applications and will, therefore, select them over other results. It’s no wonder that if your company uses videos, you put them on YouTube.

It’s been said that since Google loves everything, it can give people who take the time to use its properties and apps an unfair advantage.

Using Google Drive

Not to mention, Google was accused of giving preference to its own product in search results, leading them to change their business practices.

Google vs. Bing: a test

When I started thinking about this test, I wanted to see if Microsoft would do something similar to its properties and applications.

I’m going to use one of my test sites and start by creating 3 separate posts. All posts will be created with Lorem Ipsum, the Latin-style nonsense words that generally act as filler on websites and documents until you add your own text, for the title, content, anchor text, and files they open.

First, I start by making three separate posts. Post # 1 will have a title, 1,300 words, but will link to a Word document within my One Drive account.

In the Lorem Ipsum generator, I select ‘Don’t start with Lorem Ipsum’ and create a 1300 word post with 5 paragraphs. I selected plain text but you can choose HTML if you want or need it.

 Then I go to SoyBomb to create my title

I select ” for my test. If you don’t like your options in the first list, keep generating a new list until you find the right nonsense word for you. It doesn’t really matter, but I choose words that don’t look too much like real words.

I just copy and paste the 1300 words into a new Word document.

I save the Word document on my hard drive and give it the same title as the article, ‘Sparmythed’.

I upload the Word document to my One Drive account and make sure it’s ready to share. Since the post’s made-up title and Word document weren’t present in the Lorem Ipsum content, I added it. I am using ‘Sparmythed’ as the title of the post, the title of.

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