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Hello everyone :) My name is Matt. I am brand new to this sort of thing and am excited to learn new things! I am

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Hey hey hey fellow marketers!! How are you? I hope this question finds you in good health and happiness!

When I look at Bing's webmaster, and GA, both are showing that m

I'm assuming you know your post is not showing in search because, you searched for them using the same keyword that you wrote the post with, and you checked Jaaxy.

If you've done that it could take a while for your post to actually rank. Your domain is still new and Google especially will take their sweet little time to rank post.

Bing, on the other hand, they will allow your post to rank a little sooner but, the rule of thumb is just like Snazzy said, you will have to keep pushing out content.


I don't think I started seeing constant rankings until like my 50 or 60th post. The more consistent you are the faster Google will trust you too.

Anyhow, here is training that helped me out. By the way, we have a webinar this Friday about SEO, if you can't make it you can register and then the replay will be sent to you via email. Jay's webinars are really helpful. I hope this helps

Dumb questions here, lol, by "keyword you wrote the post with" you mean the title of the post, right?

And how do I check my keywords with Jaxxy?

Oh no, it's not a dumb question. Yes, the title of the post would be the keyword that you would find in Jaaxy or the search engine.

So, if your post title is What is Wealthy Affiliate?

You would go to Jaaxy and click on the words "Site Rank"

On the left-hand side you should see an empty box place your Post title there and on the right-hand side, you should see the option of selecting your domain name. Select your domain name and hit search. If results come back with numbers 1-10 then you are ranked.

If nothing comes back thne you are ranked yet.

You can also check the search engines themselves by going to an incognito window. Choose what search engine you want to check. If you want Google to go to google.com, Bing would be bing.com and Yahoo would be Yahoo.com and just copy and paste your title into the search bar, if you see your website come up within the first 10 search results then you are ranked.

I've attached a picture to show you how the ranking should show up on your end if you are ranked.

Also after every post makes sure you are submitting them to Google and Bing webmaster tools, this helps you get ranked faster too.

Even if you change something on a post, submit it to Google and Bing webmaster tools.

I hope I didn't confuse you.

I suggest to not worry about it, my domain was indexed for three months without no content. The search engines take their time and sometimes can rank your posts within a few minutes. We unfortunately can do our best and let them weigh our contents out.

I had a few contents that I created a month ago that have only just got ranked, and five were ranked all on the same day.

Just keep writing :)

Thanks Snazzy :) I appreciate your pragmatic responses and approach. I will definitely keep writing!

You are welcome :)

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Is this normal? domain is ranking, posts are not.

Is this normal? domain is ranking, posts are not.

asked in
Search Engine Optimization

Hey hey hey fellow marketers!! How are you? I hope this question finds you in good health and happiness!

When I look at Bing's webmaster, and GA, both are showing that m

I'm assuming you know your post is not showing in search because, you searched for them using the same keyword that you wrote the post with, and you checked Jaaxy.

If you've done that it could take a while for your post to actually rank. Your domain is still new and Google especially will take their sweet little time to rank post.

Bing, on the other hand, they will allow your post to rank a little sooner but, the rule of thumb is just like Snazzy said, you will have to keep pushing out content.


I don't think I started seeing constant rankings until like my 50 or 60th post. The more consistent you are the faster Google will trust you too.

Anyhow, here is training that helped me out. By the way, we have a webinar this Friday about SEO, if you can't make it you can register and then the replay will be sent to you via email. Jay's webinars are really helpful. I hope this helps

Dumb questions here, lol, by "keyword you wrote the post with" you mean the title of the post, right?

And how do I check my keywords with Jaxxy?

Oh no, it's not a dumb question. Yes, the title of the post would be the keyword that you would find in Jaaxy or the search engine.

So, if your post title is What is Wealthy Affiliate?

You would go to Jaaxy and click on the words "Site Rank"

On the left-hand side you should see an empty box place your Post title there and on the right-hand side, you should see the option of selecting your domain name. Select your domain name and hit search. If results come back with numbers 1-10 then you are ranked.

If nothing comes back thne you are ranked yet.

You can also check the search engines themselves by going to an incognito window. Choose what search engine you want to check. If you want Google to go to google.com, Bing would be bing.com and Yahoo would be Yahoo.com and just copy and paste your title into the search bar, if you see your website come up within the first 10 search results then you are ranked.

I've attached a picture to show you how the ranking should show up on your end if you are ranked.

Also after every post makes sure you are submitting them to Google and Bing webmaster tools, this helps you get ranked faster too.

Even if you change something on a post, submit it to Google and Bing webmaster tools.

I hope I didn't confuse you.

I suggest to not worry about it, my domain was indexed for three months without no content. The search engines take their time and sometimes can rank your posts within a few minutes. We unfortunately can do our best and let them weigh our contents out.

I had a few contents that I created a month ago that have only just got ranked, and five were ranked all on the same day.

Just keep writing :)

Thanks Snazzy :) I appreciate your pragmatic responses and approach. I will definitely keep writing!

You are welcome :)

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