SEO is Search Engine Optimization. I want to ask a simple question from this domain.

  • My website is "First Page" on Google.


  • My website is "Page One" on Google.

Which one of these is right?

  • You've put the two words inside quotation marks and capitalized them. By stylistic convention, this signals that it's a proper name. It could be anything at all between the quotation marks. My website is "Incredible Panda" on Google. If you remove the quotation marks, and put the words into lowercase, then the answers already provided here make sense. – Jason Bassford Jan 7 '19 at 14:55

maybe this can help you : "My website is on the first page of google search results"

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    Hi Mahdi! I believe this answer could be greatly improved if you explain why you think this wording is better than the ones proposed by the OP. Just a bare "try this" isn't likely to be very helpful. – M.A.R. Jan 7 '19 at 10:21
  • As far as I can remember, being on the first page of google search results were used in cases like this. – Mahdi Mirafshar Jan 7 '19 at 10:27
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    So your argument is that it's a very common wording, which is actually a pretty solid argument. But it's best if you edit that into your answer, with some evidence, such as results from a corpus, sometimes even the number of Google results that turn up for a search can be helpful :) – M.A.R. Jan 7 '19 at 10:33

I don't think either of these properly convey what I think you want to say, because it is ambiguous.

If you want to say you outperform all other sites for a particular search,

  • My site is the top Google result for XYZ
  • My site is the highest ranked result for XYZ in Google
  • My site outperforms all other sites for a particular search

If you want to say your site is on the first page of Google's search results for XYZ,

  • My site is among the top Google results for XYZ
  • My site is on the first page of Google's search results for XYZ

If you want to rank your suggested phrases, I would say "(the) first page" is more idiomatic than "page one" in most contexts.

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I had the privilege to work with SEO in my past. We used to say -

Our website is on the first page of the SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages)

Hope this may work.

However, as the other answer says, there could be many ways to tell that.

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