Create a Research Topic on Your Blog For a High Google Ranking

Google’s Search Engine Spiders Analyze Your Blog by Defining Your Blog Content as a “topic”. Use that to Your Advantage by Defining Your Topic in Clear, Concise Web Content

In the world of Google, a research topic is any article or blog in your main web site’s pages that is defined by Google as being the main subject matter or theme of your web page.

For example, if your blog site is all about science fiction movies, every web page on your site should discuss and review a variety of science fiction movies from years past and current ones out now, but the main research topic of all your pages would be science fiction movies.

The research topic or theme of your blog pages makes all the difference in the world when it comes to a Google page ranking. By making sure that all of your blog content never detours in the main research topic theme of science fiction movies, Google will reward you with a higher ranking than another similar science fiction site that includes other research topics strewn all over their collective web site rather than the main research topic, “science fiction movies”.

If you do own a blog site that is about science fiction movies, you should include the words “science fiction” on ALL of your web pages to ensure that Google knows your main theme or research topic is used through out your many web pages.


When you start creating new web pages with the theme of horror movies, for instance, while you are giving your web visitors more variety in movies that they can read about for greater reading pleasure, you are also diluting your research topic for your site as well. If another site comes along that has more web pages than you do that only highlights science fiction as their main research topic, you will immediately be degraded to a lower page ranking than theirs.

You need to weigh out the balance between giving your blog readers what they want at the expense of earning a higher Google ranking for your blog site. A good way to combat that negative flaw of giving your web readers variety while decreasing your page ranking is by creating four or five new web pages that will be grouped together by science fiction movie topics. A good example would be for you to write four web pages about science fiction movies that were produced in the 1980’s with a horror theme instilled in the science fiction movies.

Since these new web pages are all about just one subject matter generated around your main research topic theme, science fiction movies, you are now generating a much stronger theme towards science fiction movies themselves.

There is no dilution now to any of these new pages since they all still revolve around your same research topic that your web site will be known for, thus allowing you to create more web pages about horror-themed science fiction movies from the 1990’s and beyond.


When you start linking your group of pages together by subject topic, such as horror-themed science fiction movies from the 1980’s all together, you will essentially strengthen the research topic of your main blog site.

The way Google ranks your new pages will be by attributing the link text to the next page it is linking to. When a science fiction movie entitled “Alien” is linked to another page where the science fiction movie titled “Bladerunner” is the main subject matter, the link text strengthens the overall science fiction research topic.

The greatest way to use research topics and themes for a great Google ranking is by splitting your main blog content pages into various groups and by making sure you link all those groups together by using relevant page links to the exact same research topic that your blog is all about.

Try to set up your navigation category bar so that the Google search engine spiders as well as your web visitors can easily access all of your blog’s content that cover your web pages main research topic. By using this great SEO technique, your future success as a blog owner will be ensured.


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