Hi, Guys
does anyone know the estimated amount of posts and comments my website would need before i will start to be ranked on google my posts are averaging a AIOSEO score of 95% so far.

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MBdesire Premium Plus
Depending on your genius how much you can.
No boundary
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philmedia Premium Plus
Google console will give you an average overall score based on all your blog posts. It really depends on the niche. Mine is competitive, so volume and authority really matter, and it's only just starting to really rise almost a year in. But then I did start with zero! For some, it's after three months. There are so many factors. It's why a very narrow niche can really help. If I learned anything, it would have to post 5 days a week, research for two extra days in the first 6 months. Good luck, Phil ( remember Bing it's never worth discounting)
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - there is no specific number, each post will be ranked individually based on its own merit. However, it can take several months for a post to reach its final ranking.

The first step is indexing. This is when Google finds your website and adds it to its search engine. This can take a couple of weeks and you will get an email when it happens. Following on from that, each post will be indexed individually.

You do need to show Google that you are an authority on your specific niche and this initially requires at least 15 to 20 posts. Eventually, you could have hundreds of posts on your website, this is an ongoing commitment.
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Jaz333 Premium
Hi .. Each post is individually indexed and ranked so it really isn't a question of the amount of posts. That being said, the more content you publish, the more google will start to see you as an expert in your niche and the higher your domain authority will rise and in time it will become much easier for your posts to rank.

As for AIO, any score over 75% to 80% is an excellent score so you're doing well! You don't want to necessarily reach a score of 100% as it would render your content very robotic and unreadable to the normal visitor.

Keep up the great work!
Best, Shannon
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Tomb1928 Premium
Yes I don’t aim for 100 I aim for high 80s but so far my posts have been in the 90s, I am writing a post a day to upload when I can so I can keep a reserve in case I can’t write anything for a week
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Jaz333 Premium
Wow that's fantastic! I can't write quite that fast, I envy you lol.
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Tomb1928 Premium
My philosophy is to keep things short and simple, I want people to read my posts get the information they need and not be bored. It’s like they say less is more
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Jaz333 Premium
It is great to keep your posts focused, to the point, and not include a whole lot of 'filler content' however, keep in mind that the average post on page one of google right now has about 2200+ words. You may have a difficult time ranking your content if each post is super short.

Take a look at which sites are ranking on page one of google for your keywords. Look at their word count, their domain authority, the topics discussed in the article, etc. and then do what you can to 'out write' them with the content you publish on the same keyword.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi

Not every post will rank, however the recommendations is to keep updating blog 2 - 3 times a week a niche a site and that's for the foreseeable future.

Purpose of which is to increase your chances for your posts to rank well in the search engines provided content is original written in own words with a good choice of keywords and people are looking for them keywords.

Also updating your blog regularly means your visitors expect updates, more organic traffic when shared via social media platforms and other channels, means more follow and more conversions. increased traction, traffic and authority.

Time to think then to scale down the line.

A very good score is between 60 and 80. For best results, you should aim for 70 and above.. These are just guidelines, however it should not replace quality content however both can be achieved. It gives you a more in-depth analysis into your optimization efforts
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Tomb1928 Premium
I see, thank you I though your website builds trust with google also so how does that get built up? Is that with weekly posts also
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Comments while may be seen by Google as your posts are engaging to increase your chances becoming an authority, however not so necessary.

Comments are part of your content, so quality moderation and proofreading must be observed.

We are sharing this as we have read your notes above. please refer to the second comment top
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