how do i get website to show up on google ?

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Hello everyone, This is kite want to know about how do i get website to show up on google in top searches? Some one suggest me like Google Support Assistant helpline to get well idea. Could anyone suggest other ?
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Bev, Champion

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Kite, this is a customer to customer support forum for Exede Internet service customers, not a website building or website promotion help forum. I would suggest you search for such forums and ask there.
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My learning curve started with first web site. It was and .org. I was unaware of a 4 star dude ranch in colorado also Lost Valley Ranch. We went round and round from 97 through 2000. I was generally able to stay on top of their results but they had each page indexed so i would show up 3 or 4 times in first 10 results, they would be right behind then page after page of results would be them. 

1st; read up on keywords, search spiders love keywords but if not in order/format it/they want, you lost point. read up on Search Engine Optimization, various things w/in structure of page, internal links, external, pics, load times, content 'interest' which is both a count of time spent w/in page and what algorithm expects interest to be at 0 days. Headers and nav methods, quick, intuitive and complete, NO dead links, none, non merci.  internal page structure and nav w/in category nests and finally (this one is a bitch) combine the above, target it to user but do not make it 'seem' to be a targeted effort to get higher search return rankings. 
stuff that kills ya; pics not optimized, no placeholders (text shows while image loading), too much on site, too much per page and not enough per page. 

Do have site in 3 or 4 versions. Maybe blind version, slow connection speed version, high speed version, either pre-translated to other languages or link to xlator on page. they do a sliding point area for 'completeness, addressed to viewer, of those curve things with no real input.

Check around for incubators in web dev and site design. Kind of place with subsidized rent, office staff by large org, check better bus bureau, chamber of commerce, any and all fraternal groups that would be interested in your site. The more referring outside (of yours) websites you have the higher your ranking. 

You'll need to read, understand and do. Then let whole scenario simmer for awhile and find a breakthrough untried angle, that kind of status changer does wonders. 

As to content, keep it fresh and make sure you have a last updated line on every page, visible to user or not it matters. Good luck. 

Finally the dude ranch hired outside consultants and wiped me around page 3, 5 or so. By then I had plenty of repeat customers and let it ride.