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On-page SEO: How well is your article ranking? – The right way to measure your results

While your results will vary depending on what words you use, I have found the best way to get a true scope is by limiting as much as possible. Though this requires a bit of demonstration:

So we will use an example to show the difference

01– First make sure you are logged out of Google (gmail) as it will skew the results in your favor. This need to be done so you get a true result rather than one that is based on your web profile.

Ok, now I will use an example to show the difference:

The article is one called :

Film Review: Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

Now as we fine tune the search, the object is to take out the special words that might make the search more specific, meaning that the results would be less likely searched. In the 3 examples I’ve taken out specific variables to keep the article as close to a wider search than specific.

As you see the ranking went down in each of the searches from #2, to #6 to #12

The last one is closer to a wider search entry so my ranking for that article would be 12

Film Review: Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986) = 2
Film Review Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer = 6
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6 Essential facts about On-page SEO & meta tags

01- Domain names are your #1 relevant find factor
(Example: www.FloridaAutomotive.com has much more weight in search engines for finding autmotive parts in Florida that www.Joesautomotiveparts.com)

02Page Title headers – Are your 2nd most important factor!
(Words always work left to right….meaning in the title Continue reading 6 Essential facts about On-page SEO & meta tags