How To Find Where Your Keywords Rank In Google
PAGE 1 - You should not search for at least 10 days
PAGE 2 - Why you should wait at least 10 to 14 days to see where you rank
PAGE 3 - How to search Google correctly using Private Browsing
PAGE 4 - Why you should not get discouraged about low rankings
Almost everyday I see members posting that they are ranking on Google Page One for their keywords in their latest website posts. Even though I know this is an exciting experience I also know that there is a really good chance that these members are mistaken.
SOME TOUGH LOVE
If you are going to post a WA blog claiming that you are ranking on Page One for a specific keyword, don’t just say so. Provide some proof like the below screenshot. Post the keyword and domain you believe is ranking on Page One so we can check it out too. This will also help you to see if you are correct.
I am all for WA members succeeding and I personally know that by following the training and working hard you will eventually reach your goal. But I also do not want you to be misled by what you think is true when in reality it is not.Let me explain what I mean.
If you are going up on Google and searching for the keywords from your newly published page or post within the first few days, your search results will most likely be FALSE. In this day and age of “Instant Everything” your real Google results will not be instant.
The general rule as explained to me by my friend David, a Senior Programmer at Google, is to wait for about 10 days before checking, otherwise your results will be wrong. There are a few good reasons why these results will be wrong, and I will explain them on the next page.
NEXT UP = Why you should NOT search your keywords in Google just after publishing.