I would like to first of all mention that I use mostly Windows PCs for my WA Tutorials. Plus, I use Citrio Browser instead of Google Chrome because it is more lightweight but fast and secure in its speed.


As part of my First Training and how did I get here, I had to be a Premi for 3 months at WA. Even as I Upgraded on May 25 to become a Premi, fast forward to now which is August 25. I couldn't exactly quite post any WA Training until August 28 though. :) Lets clear some doubts shall we?

As you go 1st Month as a Premi for $19 within just 6 days of being a Starter Member, even that month is taken into account also towards your 3 months as a Premi Member of WA. :)


Here's Kyle's link below on some extra details on what constitutes the benefits of posting Training here at WA. Not just for passive income, but for engaging with the community and sharing knowledge about something they didn't realize existed before.

The Benefits of Becoming a Contributor


I would like to thank Steph for posting this Training on SERPLAB which you can find below which will show you how easy you can use it to check Rankings of your Keywords on Google Search Engine.

SERP - Search Engine Ranking Position

Here's the Blog Versions:

Search Engine Rank Checker Free

More Collaborative Work at WA


Something else I would like to mention is this:

Even with the Computer and trying to Zoom In on the Screenshots in this Tutorial, I know it can look like blurred information. It is a hassle since you have to keep on Zooming more than would have expected.

However, rest assured this does not apply to when you Zoom In using your Smartphones. :)

I hope this helps in case some of you were wondering how to get a better look at the Screenshots. :)




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benjaminkris Premium
Hi I am using serp lap for 1 week now and I've added 5 keywords or so for my 5 posts. However, serplab only manages to find 2 of my posts. The rest was indicated as url not found. How do I solve this problem?
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Lucas1337 Premium
This isn't a problem I think it happens to all new websites. There might be a limit to serplab (maybe it searches top 200 sites or something) so if yours is beyond that they won't find it.

Another possibility is that your other posts aren't indexed yet.
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jimcook1 Premium
I loved the training and am using Serplab. But for some reason the majority of my keywords that I enter are not being found. Does anyone know a reason why they would not be found?
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Juneyo Premium
I’ve learned that Serplab isn’t really accurate. If you want to know where in Google your posts are, do it manually by typing the keywords. Make sure to do this using the incognito mode.
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Yes, thank you for the suggestion Juneyo. ^_^
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Juneyo Premium
No problem Angel =)
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Kaitly Premium
Hey Phoenix - As a newbie, I'm just now reading your training; very clear and well put. Thanks for such great info! K
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Dear K,

Thank you so much for your kind words. :) Welcome, no problem. :)
You may feel like a newbie now, I know I did when starting out, but with being in WA, I learned more than I ever could at college, that is a fact. :)

We all learn something new per day at WA, as time progresses we will become professional experts in various aspects based on what is being taught here and what we are able to grasp and make it ours. :)

Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon.

Blessings,

~Angel
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Kaitly Premium
And to you on your journey as well :) ...
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KamsF Premium
Hi Phoenix, thank you so much for this training. I've set up my account with SERP and set up my first project. I'm shocked to see that my post that hasn't got any comments yet and is only 400 word long has the highest position from all my posts (not very high but still, 57) how is that possible? I thought the more customer engagement the higher you rank. This one hasn't been liked or shared on any social networks yet, unlike my other posts. It's climbed up 10 positions in the last 24 hours btw, how is that possible? The post is here http://beatcandida.com/can-beer-cause-yeast-infections .
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Dear KamsF,

Welcome, no problem. :) Awesome, glad to hear you got your Free SERPLAB Account set up for your 1st Project. :)

I tend to try getting my Blog Posts to be way over the 500 Word Count mark.
Customer Engagement is a factor that helps with Blog Posts getting higher Rankings yes, but there are also other components to consider also.

One of them could be to expand your Blog Post a bit more further.
Another thing you may want to look into is putting your Keyword in for your 1st Image in the Alt Text section.

Here's what you did pretty well with thus far. :)
1) Keyword Can Beer Cause Yeast Infections has 23 Results. :)
The lesser that number is to zero, the better, meaning lesser the competition, the greater the chances your Blog Post can possibly rank higher for the Keywords you want to target: Can Beer Cause Yeast Infections

2) Keyword is in Blog Title, Permalink, and as a H3 at start of Blog Post. :)

A suggestion I may add is put in several Tags, make the 1st Tag your Keyword. Then add 3-5 additional Tags targeting low-competition Keywords.

Other factors that may help get your Blog Posts to rank higher and better is if you Indexed it through Google correctly. :)

http://aboveandbeyondthehorizon.com/how-to-get-your-website-indexed-with-google/

That, and also asking for Comments through SiteComments of course. :)

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/comments/requests

I hope that this helps clarify things easier for you to understand better now. :)

Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon.

Blessings,

~Angel
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KatieMac Premium
Having a post rank well depends on a few factors, competition, quality should be a minimum of 500 words, relevance , it is possible for any post to get fast rankings and be one of your better one's well done your on the right track
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KamsF Premium
Wow Phoenix, thank you so much for such en informative thorough reply! I'll apply this to all my posts and see what happens. Do you think I should change my keyword to the one that's got only one search result?
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Welcome. :) No problem. :)

Sure, you may try that and see how it ranks well. :)

I would strongly advise you to either Delete the previous Post, Create a New Blog Post entirely with the Keyword Can Drinking Too Much Beer Cause Yeast Infections

And, remember Google doesn't really favor duplicate Content if by chance you Copy/Paste the info from previous Blog Post into the new one.
You might need to do a bit of editing and improvising of it as a result. :) Spice it up, make it more fun, engaging, exciting than previous Blog Post in a sense. :)

Oh, and 1 more thing, when you get Crawl Errors in your Google Search Console due to Pages missing or not found because you may have deleted them or even changed the permalink a bit.

This Tutorial by Labman helped keep my Website more clean for a better user-friendly experience for my audience. :) I hope that this helps too. :)

~Angel
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KamsF Premium
Thanks Angel, I've done that tutorial as well, so I'm fine with errors for now:) I read somewhere on WA that if I change the keyword I should just change the permalink and I'll be fine, but you're saying I should delete it completely and write a new post?
That would kill me, I changed the title and permalink of almost all of my posts when I finally grasped the low hanging fruit idea! Do you think that's why I'm not ranking high?
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PhoenixFlame Premium
I apologize for saying what I said earlier about deleting the whole thing and starting over from scratch.

When I realized I was using a highly competitive Keyword for my Jaaxy Review for my Website, I pretty much Copy/Pasted my Content into a New Post with a different low hanging fruit low competitive Keyword instead.

What I really did was Keep the Keyword in the Title, Permalink, then in First Sentence or so H3 Heading, and put it the Alt Text of the First Picture I had for that Blog Post. :)

I applied what I said earlier though:
What I really did was Keep the Keyword in the Title, Permalink, then in First Sentence or so H3 Heading, and put it the Alt Text of the First Picture I had for that Blog Post. :)

And, I edited it around and improvised it a bit more so as in a way it won't be seen entirely as Duplicate Content.
Plus, since I deleted the Blog Post of my previous Jaaxy Review, I right away knew this might lead to a Site Error Page Not Found Message on my Website and right away applied the method in the following Tutorial: While that was happening behind the scenes, I then Hit that Publish Button and got my new and improved Jaaxy Review posted. :)

http://aboveandbeyondthehorizon.com/what-the-jaaxy-keyword-tool-is-a-review/

Hope that helps answer the question. :)
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KatieMac Premium
great solution and will help others
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KamsF Premium
Thank Angel. I thought that if I delete a post it disappears completely from Google, but it looks like it doesn't. I'll remember about it in future!
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Thanks KatieMac. :) I sure do hope so. ^_^
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PhoenixFlame Premium
@KamsF

Welcome, no problem, glad to help. :)

That is what I thought too. But, sometimes Google picks up on it eventually and when that happens, you will see Crawl Errors appear when you go in and check up on your Website through Google Search Console.

Whenever I see Crawl Errors, I take no chances on pushing them to be fixed later, I attend to them asap.
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stephhill Premium
This is an awesome training. I updated my training to connect to it. I love your easy-to-follow instructions. You take something that is complicated and make it simple to comprehend.
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Aww, why thank you so much Steph. :) You are too kind. ^_^

I figure if I can understand my own way of piecing things together, I can only hope they understand it much better than I do when I finish my Training. :)

Wishing you all the best with your online business Website and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon. :)

Blessings,

~Angel
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JewelCarol Premium
Fantastic training, Angel dear, bookmarked. :))
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Yay! :D Thank you so much. ^_^

Wishing you all the best with your online business Website and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon. :)

Blessings,

~Angel
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Dmorrow Premium
Thanks Angel - you always share great info!
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Welcome Debby, anytime. :) Thanks so much. :) You always know how to put a smile on anyone's face. ^_^

Wishing you all the best with your online business Website and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon. :)

Blessings,

~Angel
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Hippychick Premium
Hi angel. Thank you so much for this training. You literally explain every single step. Perfect for me! I would not have understood the SERP checker without your training. I have favourited this one.
Thanks again:)
Cheryl
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Welcome, no problem Cheryl. I am glad that this helped you out greatly. :)
I try my best to offer value to my Readers who read my Website Content and in this case my WA Training also. :)
Wow, thanks for adding this as a Bookmarked Reference you can turn to in the future, Cheryl. :)
Thank you so much. :)

Wishing you all the best with your online business Website and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon. :)

Blessings,

~Angel
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BENJI89 Premium
I like your Moltres image, I loved pokemon as a youngster.
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PhoenixFlame Premium
Thanks Benji. Moltres one of the 3 Legendary Birds does in fact look like a Phoenix, so had to get one. :)

Articuno is another favorite of mine from the bunch. Blue is my favorite color. :D

Great to see another Pokemon Fan here. :)

Wishing you all the best with your online business Website and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon. :)

Blessings,

~Angel
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