Google search by low competition keywords

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My wordpress site posts indexed on Google. But not showing in search results by at least in 10-20 pages by easy keywords ? What's it mean ?
#competition #google #keywords #low #search
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  • Profile picture of the author SofwanDigital
    Hello, this is good as you got your pages indexed.

    To rank, you need to have quality content with proper On page & Off page SEO.

    I hope proper SEO strategy will surely help you to rank in SERP #1.
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  • As SofwanDigital said content relevance and freshness are key as well. Ensure your content is highly relevant to the keywords you're targeting and meets the search intent of users.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    You are bad at on-page SEO or at picking keywords.

    Proper on page SEO should get you on page 1 for easy keywords.
    Look up Bruce Clay and Backlinko and study.

    Originally Posted by goldenbold View Post

    My wordpress site posts indexed on Google. But not showing in search results by at least in 10-20 pages by easy keywords ? What's it mean ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Awais_Afzal1
    It could be because, of your website is quit new. You should keep working on high quality content, make sure to do proper internal linking and also try to follow all the best practices of seo. Also i will suggest to keep your content updated on regular basis.
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    • Originally Posted by Awais_Afzal1 View Post

      It could be because, of your website is quit new. You should keep working on high quality content, make sure to do proper internal linking and also try to follow all the best practices of seo. Also i will suggest to keep your content updated on regular basis.
      I agree. Good SEO takes time. Just keep working on it and monitor your keywords regularly (and check for new ones). Make sure your website is performing well and you have quality. You'll get there eventually.
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  • Profile picture of the author kevingoodson
    Sometimes it happens webpages are indexed but do not get in search results as your website is new. Don't worry it appears it takes time. You focus on SEO activity first on On-Page SEO. A website with good On-Page SEO helps to reach your goal and also analyze those keyword you place in the title tag that are relevant to the content of the pages. After that, you do link-building work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kausik Biswas
    You should create relevant content with high quality that will solve your targeted audiences' problems. Do on page SEO, off page and technical SEO. Choose relevant low competition long tail keywords. Can use keyword tools for keyword research. SEO results take time.
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  • Profile picture of the author JustinBrooke
    Originally Posted by goldenbold View Post

    My wordpress site posts indexed on Google. But not showing in search results by at least in 10-20 pages by easy keywords ? What's it mean ?
    It means you are doing the right things and need to keep going.

    After you publish something, here's what happens...

    Google finds your site and then indexes it. After that they split test your listing in many different rankings to see where your site belongs. This is why sometimes you'll show up on the first page quickly, but then maybe disappear for a few weeks.

    Eventually they decide where your site belongs based on your websites link authority and topical authority. Link authority is how many other websites are linking to yours, this is kind of like a popularity contest. More sites linking to you tells Google you have more trust in the eyes of the web.

    Topical authority is how many other pages do you have answering search queries (keywords) on your website. If you only have one page and another site has 100 pages on the topic, then obviously they have a higher topical authority than you do.

    Which is why I say, you're doing it right and keep going.

    Keep publishing great content, and eventually your link and topical authority will increase.

    You got this! Keep going!
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Sorry, but how does doing more of the things that got no results end up getting results?

      I publish a page shooting for a low competition keyword and I am at the bottom of the 1st page or top of the second within two or three days.

      It has happened for pages on a site with a grand total of 5 pages.

      If that does not happen, the keyword is not an easy one or the SEO sucks.

      Originally Posted by JustinBrooke View Post

      It means you are doing the right things and need to keep going.

      After you publish something, here's what happens...

      Google finds your site and then indexes it. After that they split test your listing in many different rankings to see where your site belongs. This is why sometimes you'll show up on the first page quickly, but then maybe disappear for a few weeks.

      Eventually they decide where your site belongs based on your websites link authority and topical authority. Link authority is how many other websites are linking to yours, this is kind of like a popularity contest. More sites linking to you tells Google you have more trust in the eyes of the web.

      Topical authority is how many other pages do you have answering search queries (keywords) on your website. If you only have one page and another site has 100 pages on the topic, then obviously they have a higher topical authority than you do.

      Which is why I say, you're doing it right and keep going.

      Keep publishing great content, and eventually your link and topical authority will increase.

      You got this! Keep going!
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  • Profile picture of the author OnlineProxy
    Probably due to content quality, technical SEO issues or poor keyword optimisation. To improve the situation, make sure your content is original, complete and relevant to the user's search query, as well as solve any technical SEO issues and build a strong backlink profile.
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  • Profile picture of the author deepu shah
    Your website is new, so google may not have trusted your website, google will take some time to get trust on your website it is because google has already trusted on your competitive website which might be on google for long time so generated organic traffic as much as possible.
    Your content on website should be unique and quality content.
    Do off-page activity daily to generate backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author myresellerhome
    Focus on on-page SEO
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  • Building your website take very long time. If you do SEO in a proper way, it will take at least 3 months to see thing goes better
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  • Profile picture of the author Amber Bee
    If your WordPress site posts are indexed by Google but not appearing in search results for easy keywords, it likely means your content isn't ranking well. To improve this, focus on SEO practices such as optimizing keywords, improving content quality, increasing page load speed, and gaining backlinks from reputable sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author feronenab
    Even "simple" keywords can have strong competition. Page-On SEO is crucial. Backlinks are important. Just try to improve the quality of the site somehow, there are many methods. I had a similar thing, my friends helped me to understand a little bit, improve the quality of the site and the site went up
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  • Profile picture of the author vikeshsdp
    New sites, low content quality, or weak SEO. You need to focus on high-quality content & on-page optimization to improve SERP ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rosewatt
    Create a high quality content that fulfills all the seo metrices.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bmspower
    This approach sets the stage for long-term growth and success in the competitive online landscape.
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  • Profile picture of the author appysa
    I also faced the same issue in the beginning, Now a days the content marketing strategy has changed. First list your site to niche backlink site. The shared content should be fresh and relevant to your site. Check your onpage and technical SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author freelanceseoinsights
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    There are a few reasons for this:

    Low Relevance: Google might not consider your content relevant enough to the search queries. This could be due to:

    Unoptimized keywords: You might not be targeting the right keywords, or they might not be prominent in your titles, meta descriptions, and content.
    Thin content: Your posts might be short or lack depth compared to competitors.
    Low Authority: Your website might be new or lack authority in Google's eyes. This can be improved by:

    Building backlinks: Getting high-quality websites to link to your content increases your website's credibility.
    Creating high-quality content: Consistently publishing valuable and informative content establishes your site as a reliable source.
    Technical SEO Issues: There might be technical problems preventing Google from properly crawling and indexing your site. This could involve:

    Slow loading speed: A slow website can negatively impact search ranking.
    Mobile-friendliness issues: If your site isn't optimized for mobile devices, it can hurt your ranking.
    No Sitemap: A sitemap helps search engines discover your content efficiently.
    Next Steps:

    Use Google Search Console to check for any indexing errors or crawl issues.
    Research relevant keywords with lower competition (easy keywords).
    Optimize your content for those keywords by including them naturally in your titles, meta descriptions, and throughout the content.
    Build backlinks to your website.
    Ensure your website is mobile-friendly and has a good loading speed.
    Submit a sitemap to Google Search Console.
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  • Profile picture of the author osowens
    getting indexed is good but you need backlinks to rank. If you link backlinks directly to your posts you'll most likely get a manual penalty. Build backlinks to your homepage and interlink to your target pages.
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