Q. How do Google first page keyword phrases appear on my websites?
A. We provide you with a few lines of code to insert on your web pages.
Q. Will the First Page Finder code work on multiple websites?
A. Yes. Although, they all will receive the same keyword phrases.
Q. Which website formats does the First Page Finder code support?
A. WordPress, PHP, .NET, and ASP Classic.
Q. Will the First Page Finder code work on HTML websites?
A. No. Although, it’s simple to convert your HTML website to a PHP website. If you are unable to convert your website to PHP we will be happy to assist you at no additional charge.
Q. I am not technical, will you help me insert the code on my webpages?
A. Yes, we’ll be happy to assist you.
Q. Do you have a WordPress plugin?
A. Yes, click on the FPF WordPress Plugin link on menu bar to download our plugin.
Q. How many first page keyword phrases are inserted into my webpages?
A. Anywhere from thirty to fifty.
Q. What happens if a keyword phrase fails to land my website on Google’s first page.
A. Each keyword phrase has a expiration date. If it fails to land your website on Google’s first page within that expiration date, it’s automatically deleted and replaced.
Q. What happens if a keyword phrase lands my website on Google’s first page, then slips off the first page?
A. It’s automatically deleted and replaced with a new first page keyword phrase.
Q. If a keyword phrase lands my website at the number one position on Google’s first page, then slips down the first page, can you get it back to the number one position?
A. The problem is, other website owners may decide to put in a big effort and improve their sites. They may add lots of new and useful content, fix their own search engine penalty problems… if enough of your competitors do this the result may be a slip in the rankings. If this should happen it can be fixed.