With proper keywords and SEO you can rank in Google fast
Use keywords in the right places. In general, you should not use more than three or four keywords on any one page. If you do have more than that, consider breaking them up into subheadings to make your content easier to read and understand.
Use words with high search volumes but low competition (i.e., long-tail phrases). These include brand names, product names and specific variations of those terms that are less likely to be used by other sites but still carry a lot of weight when it comes time for users searching online through Google’s search engine results pages (SERPs).
The terms that are used in your title tags, body copy, and other target pages can have a massive impact on how much traffic the pages you create will receive from Google. If a visitor visits your website and sees a page that contains spelling errors, it won’t look very professional and might put them off from purchasing your services.
If you want to start ranking on Google, you need to know these steps. The more keywords that are included in your content, the better chance it has of ranking well for them.