Let’s use Google as the search engine example here, since it is the most popular one so you’re going to want to rank high on their results pages if you want to run a successful website. And the keyword we’re going to use will be 'Dog Collars’.
Firstly, Google sends bots to crawl (follow links and 'read’ content) all pages on the web, including the ones which include our keyword, 'Dog Collars’, collecting the information and putting them into an index. After that, the algorithm analyzing the pages which it has collected, now in an index, and determines an order in which the pages should show up on Google Search results. Or in this example, for one anyone searching for 'Dog Collars’. The ordered ranking list is not random, Google aims to put the best content at the top of their search results so that they can please their users, doing so will mean that they will reuse their platform the next time they are looking for something online.
Because of this, Google has very specific things that their algorithm looks for on pages and websites when demeaning who deserves the top spot for a particular keyword.
Sometimes when you visit London, you just want a base to lay your head at night. Sometimes the hotel is part of the experience, and you are willing to spend for some excess. Here we try to represent the range of rooms, finding the fun that fits.
Have You Ever Spent a Night in one of the Famous 5 London Hotels?
The Great Northern Hotel, close to Kings Cross, is an excellent jumping off point for most of the sites of London. Not the cheapest and not the most expensive – but convenient and a great place to fall into a bed after a delayed train journey. This is an elegant London landmark, and although it may look grand, it is a boutique hotel with elegant rooms and a great restaurant called Plum and Spilt Milk.
From a practical leaping off point for a relatively decent room price to the height of glamour. Holborn is within walking distance of the West End one way and the City the other. The king-size beds, the lavish furnishing, butlers, the odd exotic bird hanging in bird cages and the most impressive stairway you can imagine. This is an experience as well as a place to rest. Oh, and there a golden retriever in the lobby to greet you. Visit the website.
Want the views? Want the exclusivity of a hotel created entirely with the mega-rich City types to use as a stop-off point while doing international deals? This Is a smart, sleek, technically amazing – and one of the few vertical hotels in the capital. Sure, it is the most expensive hotel on our list, but you get to tell your friends that you are off to Shangri-La. Do it – just once in your life!
Want a hotel with a talking point? What about staying the hotel used by Kate Middleton on the night before her wedding? This is a gorgeous country house located in a prime, busy street filled with other country houses, with the most amazing Goring gardens – one of the most extensive private gardens in London. You are just around the corner from Westminster Abbey, up close and personal with Buckingham Palace, and just around the corner from some top theatres. This is a small hotel with big hotel prices, but you get a fair old bang for your buck.
Based in Soho, this is a quiet(ish) courtyard but just steps away from Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square. This hotel is owned by interior designers. It is beautiful, and there is also a private, guests-only roof terrace. Really though, the reason we would recommend staying here is that you are likely to see more than a few famous bods wandering in and out. Be prepared to play close to £500 for just bed and breakfast – more than The Savoy!