QSR stands for Quoted Search Results which is a term used to represent the exact number of web results that are present on Google for any exact search phrase. Example Suppose you are searching for the term "How Does Seo Help" on Google. The total number of web results displayed are 325,000, however this is not an accurate count of the total number of web pages present on Google for this query. If you dig deeper till the last shown results, you will see only 365 results. This is the accurate count of the number of web pages present for the query "How Does Seo Help". Why This Happens? The total number of exact search results changes from the first page to the last page because Google digs deeper and deeper into the search index and presents the exact number. Here is a video by Matt Cutts explaining the reason for change in the number of search results when we dig depper in Google. How to Find QSR Easily? You can use Jaaxi to find accurate numbers of QSR as … [Read more...] about QSR- Quoted Search Results
Trust is an important Google ranking factor. Knowledge based Trust Score is a metric that is computed by Google internally in order to judge the importance of a website. KBT scores rely on factual correctness of information while judging the trustworthiness of any website. Trust is one of the 3 factors associated with EAT that can climb up your rankings. Here are 11 ways that will help you to make your website trustworthy. 1- Prepare Content With Lots of Supporting Data A study by SurveyMonkey revealed that people trust content that contains supporting data. This means you need to back up your saying with links to research that proves the truth of your sayings. This becomes more important when you are publishing content related to medicines because advice without proper links to medical research can put the lives of the people in the danger. Hence, Google trusts websites that regularly link to research and provide ample proof that the content that is being … [Read more...] about How to Make Website Trustworthy?
On-page SEO is fundamental for ranking well in Google. That’s why today I’m going to show you my personal step-by-step on-page SEO checklist. DOWNLOAD our 80-point on-page SEO checklist to achieve perfect on-page SEO. But first: What is On-Page SEO? On-page SEO is the process of optimizing a single page on your website. This is not to be confused with on-site SEO, which is the process of optimizing an entire website. However, these two types of optimization are not mutually exclusive. For example, an on-site optimization action like installing an SSL certificate is also a good on-page optimization action. It’s also important mention the difference between on-page SEO vs. off-page SEO. On-Page SEO vs. Off-Page SEO Off-page SEO is nothing more than another way to say link building. Link building (or “off-page SEO”) is the process of acquiring backlinks to your website. While on-page SEO is the foundation you need to rank, you’ll usually need a … [Read more...] about The On-Page SEO Checklist for 2018
I’m SUPER excited to announce the release of the SEO Marketing Hub. This free resource library covers over 35 key topics — including Schema, sitemaps, SEO software, content audits, link bait, rich snippets, and lots more. You can check out the brand new SEO Marketing Hub right here: Visit The SEO Marketing Hub All in all, this resource library contains over 50,000 words, 700 screenshots, as well as 150+ custom-designed diagrams, charts and visuals. Needless to say, this is the biggest content project my team and I have ever worked on. I’m really happy with how The SEO Marketing Hub turned out. And I hope you get a ton of value from it. Check out the SEO Marketing Hub. Here’s How It Works: The SEO Marketing Hub is broken down into 7 core topics: SEO Fundamentals – Here’s where you catch up on the basics of search engine optimization. You’ll learn what SEO is, how it works, strategies for finding keywords, tips for SEO-friendly web development, … [Read more...] about Introducing: The SEO Marketing Hub, A Free Library of SEO Resources
by Jim January 31, 2019 What I learned Is your site carrying too much baggage? A lighter site is a faster site Don’t add anything before calculating its impact How will changes affect revenue? Fix issues before making changes Transcript Hey, welcome back Rankers, and big hello to Pubcon, Florida at the moment going on. I want to talk to you today about revenue again, but in the context of where it fits in the day to day of getting things done on your site. Because quite often, in medium sized organisations, there might be a lot of people involved in the website, or that have vested interests on the real estate of the website. There’s an argument going on about what we should have on the front page, what we should have on the footers, the menu. The thing that you’ve got to remember if you’re a retailer is that what you’re looking to do, or what you should be looking to do first, is to strip that site back, so it has the least amount of baggage as … [Read more...] about Stop! What effect will it have on $?