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Search Engine Optimization

Hi there to all,
1. Please advise me on the correct way to determine the page ranking for a specific article/post which has a specific targeted keyword phrase
2. I have

Hey.

Okay to check ranking for ONE specific keyword you use Jaaxy by putting that EXACT keyword (which should be a REAL Phrase that people in your niche are searching for). With your Premium membership you can check to see if you are ranking on page one for that term.

However, my preferred method is to use Google Search Console, as this provides information about ALL the keywords that ONE article is ranking for.

Don't forget ONE article can rank for HUNDREDS of keywords.

Go to Google Search Console.

Change the date to say the LAST 7 DAYS.

Then click PAGES

Then click AVERAGE CTR and AVERAGE POSITION just above your traffic graph.

Then click on the INDIVIDUAL ARTICLE URL you wish to check.

Then click QUERIES

This will give you the average ranking position for EVERY keyword that ONE article is ranking for over the previous 7 days.

Okay, those who know me here know I'm not a fan of QSR, Exact Match & use of parenthesis.

These should only ever be used for RESEARCH PURPOSES.

If you think about it NO-ONE uses parenthesis when they search for something in Google.

It is a research method to find out how many other websites have used that EXACT keyword phrase with the words in that EXACT order.

Tbh, this hasn't mattered as much since the September 2019 Google Update.

Google now ranks on how RELEVANT your content is to the search query someone types into Google.

The actual words you use matter much less in 2022.

As an example, I could write an article about losing weight without ever once mentioning the phrase "lose weight".

But if my content is relevant to the searcher query I have the potential to rank.

So, use Jaaxy if you want to check for ONE specific keyword.

However, Google Search Console will provide details of EVERY KEYWORD.

Only ever use parenthesis for research purposes (although it really doesn't matter as much nowadays).

Make sense?

Partha

Hi there,
Thank you so much for your detailed explanation - it is highly appreciated !!
Be well and stay safe

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How to determine page ranking for a specific keyword phrase?

How to determine page ranking for a specific keyword phrase?

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Search Engine Optimization

Hi there to all,
1. Please advise me on the correct way to determine the page ranking for a specific article/post which has a specific targeted keyword phrase
2. I have

Hey.

Okay to check ranking for ONE specific keyword you use Jaaxy by putting that EXACT keyword (which should be a REAL Phrase that people in your niche are searching for). With your Premium membership you can check to see if you are ranking on page one for that term.

However, my preferred method is to use Google Search Console, as this provides information about ALL the keywords that ONE article is ranking for.

Don't forget ONE article can rank for HUNDREDS of keywords.

Go to Google Search Console.

Change the date to say the LAST 7 DAYS.

Then click PAGES

Then click AVERAGE CTR and AVERAGE POSITION just above your traffic graph.

Then click on the INDIVIDUAL ARTICLE URL you wish to check.

Then click QUERIES

This will give you the average ranking position for EVERY keyword that ONE article is ranking for over the previous 7 days.

Okay, those who know me here know I'm not a fan of QSR, Exact Match & use of parenthesis.

These should only ever be used for RESEARCH PURPOSES.

If you think about it NO-ONE uses parenthesis when they search for something in Google.

It is a research method to find out how many other websites have used that EXACT keyword phrase with the words in that EXACT order.

Tbh, this hasn't mattered as much since the September 2019 Google Update.

Google now ranks on how RELEVANT your content is to the search query someone types into Google.

The actual words you use matter much less in 2022.

As an example, I could write an article about losing weight without ever once mentioning the phrase "lose weight".

But if my content is relevant to the searcher query I have the potential to rank.

So, use Jaaxy if you want to check for ONE specific keyword.

However, Google Search Console will provide details of EVERY KEYWORD.

Only ever use parenthesis for research purposes (although it really doesn't matter as much nowadays).

Make sense?

Partha

Hi there,
Thank you so much for your detailed explanation - it is highly appreciated !!
Be well and stay safe

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Everything Wordpress

Hi everyone,
1. I have saved a few images in my website media, for inclusion in my articles.
2. The option to search/select suitable images from the icon in the writing

It is working for me now.

You can either access via site content area - websites tab top menu

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

I click the highlighted mountain button.

Or

Hi there,
Thank you for your response.
When I click the mountain icon, I can select manual upload or free image source.
The free image platform does not give me what I want, and the manual upload does not respond when I want to upload manually.
I will keep trying to find a way.
Be well
Theuns

That's strange, you can upload straight to your WordPress media library via your WordPress sites back office. You need be logged your website first via Site Manager.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites

If you still get an issue I would contact support going forward.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/support

For your site content, it should also give you options to search and upload, sometimes it doesn't work the first time however the second.

You can also see the images who's the creator and the source of the image.

There has been some update issues since around the 16th. There is an issue with the update from what I'm being told from my same question last week. So it's not only you sir.

Kevin and Son

Hi Kevin,
Thank you for your response - Much appreciated.
I will try again at a later date
Keep well,
Theuns

Are you referring to WA blog posts or a post for your website?

Hi Eric,
Posts for my website.
Keep well.
Theuns

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How to post images in my articles?

How to post images in my articles?

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Everything Wordpress

Hi everyone,
1. I have saved a few images in my website media, for inclusion in my articles.
2. The option to search/select suitable images from the icon in the writing

It is working for me now.

You can either access via site content area - websites tab top menu

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

I click the highlighted mountain button.

Or

Hi there,
Thank you for your response.
When I click the mountain icon, I can select manual upload or free image source.
The free image platform does not give me what I want, and the manual upload does not respond when I want to upload manually.
I will keep trying to find a way.
Be well
Theuns

That's strange, you can upload straight to your WordPress media library via your WordPress sites back office. You need be logged your website first via Site Manager.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites

If you still get an issue I would contact support going forward.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/support

For your site content, it should also give you options to search and upload, sometimes it doesn't work the first time however the second.

You can also see the images who's the creator and the source of the image.

There has been some update issues since around the 16th. There is an issue with the update from what I'm being told from my same question last week. So it's not only you sir.

Kevin and Son

Hi Kevin,
Thank you for your response - Much appreciated.
I will try again at a later date
Keep well,
Theuns

Are you referring to WA blog posts or a post for your website?

Hi Eric,
Posts for my website.
Keep well.
Theuns

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Getting Started

Good day Kyle,
1. Please be kind enough to assist me with the following :
a. I intend to purchase a domain and build a website promoting various CB products for a varie

Hi Theuns,
I hope you message Kyle personally, but I wanted to explain why people are saying to niche down in the beginning.

When a site is new, it takes time to rank and reach your targetted audience. Thus niching down makes it easier to rank. If you start with one or two ailments, that percentage of people looking for answers will find you easier than if you try to rank for everything at once. And that narrower audience will be ready to purchase your recommendation vs those who are still researching in the broader niche.

That doesn't mean you can't expand on your niche further down the road. Once you've established enough content to attract traffic, you can then begin to branch out.

That's why you should start with a narrow niche but have a broader .com domain name.

Hope this makes sense, lol. Give me a shout if you need me.

Cheers,
Suzanne

Your post shows up in the community forum for response.
My thoughts.
if you are providing advice for medical conditions do you have the medical credentials to do so? If not till will be important to reference a medical source to support your advice. The issue is that search engines need credentials these days when it comes to recommending things for body health. Otherwise it is difficult to get rankings. .

No you do not need a website for each ailments/problems. If you define your targeted audience and purpose you can have all of theses ailments on one website and yes it would be important to group the ailments by type in a menu so visitors can find the help easily.

Here's the link to contact Kyle directly..
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kyle

You may leave Kyle a public message on their profile space

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kyle

This has landed in the community.

I please need advice and guidance directly from kyle ?

I please need advice and guidance directly from kyle ?

asked in
Getting Started

Good day Kyle,
1. Please be kind enough to assist me with the following :
a. I intend to purchase a domain and build a website promoting various CB products for a varie

Hi Theuns,
I hope you message Kyle personally, but I wanted to explain why people are saying to niche down in the beginning.

When a site is new, it takes time to rank and reach your targetted audience. Thus niching down makes it easier to rank. If you start with one or two ailments, that percentage of people looking for answers will find you easier than if you try to rank for everything at once. And that narrower audience will be ready to purchase your recommendation vs those who are still researching in the broader niche.

That doesn't mean you can't expand on your niche further down the road. Once you've established enough content to attract traffic, you can then begin to branch out.

That's why you should start with a narrow niche but have a broader .com domain name.

Hope this makes sense, lol. Give me a shout if you need me.

Cheers,
Suzanne

Your post shows up in the community forum for response.
My thoughts.
if you are providing advice for medical conditions do you have the medical credentials to do so? If not till will be important to reference a medical source to support your advice. The issue is that search engines need credentials these days when it comes to recommending things for body health. Otherwise it is difficult to get rankings. .

No you do not need a website for each ailments/problems. If you define your targeted audience and purpose you can have all of theses ailments on one website and yes it would be important to group the ailments by type in a menu so visitors can find the help easily.

Here's the link to contact Kyle directly..
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kyle

You may leave Kyle a public message on their profile space

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/kyle

This has landed in the community.

asked in
Website Development & Programming

Hi everyone,

1. Please give me your honest opinion on the following.

2. I would like to promote about 50 different ClickBank products, which would fall into ab

Hello Theuns, I wrote a post on my site on this very topic. I hope it helps with your decision.

https://judebanks.com/multiple-websites-vs-one-income-producing-website/

~Jude

One good site is enough to generate a full-time income. I agree with others.

But if this is about adding a few products and let it stay there forever then multiple sites could work. Have seen such examples, up to 10 posts and sites are sitting there 3-5 years generating bigger and bigger traffic. But it may be the opposite as well, that such a site just dies out. I have a couple of examples of my own.

Personally I would definitely NOT go with the 50 sites option. Unless you have a team and a huge budget behind you then there's simply not enough time in the day for multiple, multiple campaigns.

There was a time a while ago when so called micro sites seemed to be successful but the engines want to see something more substantial these days so trying to get a myriad of thin sites ranked and then staying ranked could prove overly problematical.

Even 4 sites would be difficult enough to keep up to date with when it comes to doing all that's needed so I'd concur with John below and that's to pick your strongest niche and give it all you've got.

Then, when you have your first site established and bringing in regular commissions, perhaps look at your next one and build that in the time you might have left over after continuing to work on your first one.

The other thing is that, in general, its not the websites themselves that rank, its the content within them that you see ranking on the SERPS, ie if you write a great piece of content that's worthy of ranking in first spot, it'll be that which the viewer will see in the rankings rather than say the site's homepage.

Hope that helps Theuns, good luck.

Mark

the answers below are the best, success comes one step at a time. Be diligent and you will grow gracefully and successfully one day at a time!

I would pick one niche and build a successful website before building out others.
I definitely wouldn't have 50.

Website content and user experience get websites ranked. Not just keywords.

Product oriented, ad heavy, affiliate linked mini-sites do not rank well in Google.

I would focus on sites based on a theme or concept.

One general website or a number of individual websites ?

One general website or a number of individual websites ?

asked in
Website Development & Programming

Hi everyone,

1. Please give me your honest opinion on the following.

2. I would like to promote about 50 different ClickBank products, which would fall into ab

Hello Theuns, I wrote a post on my site on this very topic. I hope it helps with your decision.

https://judebanks.com/multiple-websites-vs-one-income-producing-website/

~Jude

One good site is enough to generate a full-time income. I agree with others.

But if this is about adding a few products and let it stay there forever then multiple sites could work. Have seen such examples, up to 10 posts and sites are sitting there 3-5 years generating bigger and bigger traffic. But it may be the opposite as well, that such a site just dies out. I have a couple of examples of my own.

Personally I would definitely NOT go with the 50 sites option. Unless you have a team and a huge budget behind you then there's simply not enough time in the day for multiple, multiple campaigns.

There was a time a while ago when so called micro sites seemed to be successful but the engines want to see something more substantial these days so trying to get a myriad of thin sites ranked and then staying ranked could prove overly problematical.

Even 4 sites would be difficult enough to keep up to date with when it comes to doing all that's needed so I'd concur with John below and that's to pick your strongest niche and give it all you've got.

Then, when you have your first site established and bringing in regular commissions, perhaps look at your next one and build that in the time you might have left over after continuing to work on your first one.

The other thing is that, in general, its not the websites themselves that rank, its the content within them that you see ranking on the SERPS, ie if you write a great piece of content that's worthy of ranking in first spot, it'll be that which the viewer will see in the rankings rather than say the site's homepage.

Hope that helps Theuns, good luck.

Mark

the answers below are the best, success comes one step at a time. Be diligent and you will grow gracefully and successfully one day at a time!

I would pick one niche and build a successful website before building out others.
I definitely wouldn't have 50.

Website content and user experience get websites ranked. Not just keywords.

Product oriented, ad heavy, affiliate linked mini-sites do not rank well in Google.

I would focus on sites based on a theme or concept.

asked in
Search Engine Optimization

Hi everyone,
1. Does anyone perhaps know, or is there a database where one can see the estimated distribution of visitors on a Google SERP to establish the percentage visi

Hi Theuns
1. and 2. See here 3. This is hard to discuss, we do not know how Google works.
4

Moz.com has info on SERP click through rates for page 1. 1st position gets 42%, 2nd position gets 12%, etc.

What is the estimated distribution of visitors on google ?

What is the estimated distribution of visitors on google ?

asked in
Search Engine Optimization

Hi everyone,
1. Does anyone perhaps know, or is there a database where one can see the estimated distribution of visitors on a Google SERP to establish the percentage visi

Hi Theuns
1. and 2. See here 3. This is hard to discuss, we do not know how Google works.
4

Moz.com has info on SERP click through rates for page 1. 1st position gets 42%, 2nd position gets 12%, etc.

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