Understanding where your website ranks is one thing, being able to interpret your rankings and improve your optimization efforts as a result of this data is another thing. We are going to uncover some insights that you can leverage from rankings in Google, Bing and Yahoo and leverage those to propel your search engine optimization efforts.
Very few people understand how to properly use website ranking data to improve their websites, and your key takeaway from this training is the fact that you are going to be equipped with this knowledge. Ranking mastery here we come!
Hi, Jay told that he will make a article for The top 10 questions about CBD oil business, I would like to know how will this all 10 Keyword's rank in Google? i understand that only the the top 10 questions about CBD oil business Keyword will rank? How will the 10 Keyword's rank. Do i need to do some action?
Your question was brought to my attention. I do hope I am addressing what you are asking about. If not, please respond and let me know what else you would like help with. Jay actually used his own article on CBC Oil to illustrate what you can do with your own website. 1) For pages/posts you publish you can go to your YouTube Account and in the discussion area drop down. place your Page(Post) URL and on next line put your page title | meta description. Then like it. 2) You can look inside Google Search Console for your website. Google search console will show you the queries (keyword phrases) you site is ranking for. (You may or may not have 10 like Jay does). The far right column will tell your the position # you rank for that keyword phrase. Look at your queries that show up for your website and see if there are new pages you can create using those queries. You can also then click the page tab and see what query words (keyword phrases each page ranks for and the position rank. 3) Do a Google search query for you page keyword phrase. Watch what other keyword phrases Google shows you. Evaluate whether you want to create a new page for any of them. They are highly searched for keyword phrases. 4) Below the search results look for the People also ask box which shows many aspects of the keyword phrase you searched on. Use these questions as content to be covered in a page on the keyword phrase topic. Jay showed you what he does so you can do the some thing on your website using your website keywords. It may be necessary to watch the video again to see how Jay did it. We wish you much success.
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Brilliant video. I can see how Google console is very helpful and getting my next top ten keywords.
My question is on google search console I got following error messages while verifying the console property Verification method: Domain name provider Failure reason: We couldn't find your verification token in your domain's TXT records. We found these DNS TXT records instead: v=spf1 include:spf.mywahosting.com -all Sometimes DNS changes can take a while to appear. Please wait a few hours, then reopen your property in Search Console. If verification fails again, try adding a different DNS TXT record. How do I rectify this
One last question? When Jay was searching for terms in google, his site ranking was showing below search bar reason being he was logged in to search console. It doesn't show for me even when I am logged in to search console? Please help..
I believe that was because Jay was using site rank too.