Tue, 15 November 2016
You could be missing out on up to 62% of your market if you are not ranking well in search engines like Google. How do you rank higher though? To do this you need to know what google looks at to determine what pages ranks where. This is hard to know for sure as Google never shares this information exactly. We have a pretty good estimate though. What we believe are the top 10 factors Google uses to determine where pages rank in search engine results are as follows: content quality, number of total backlinks, RankBrian, click through rate, relevant terms in the content of the page, # of social media shares, domain search visibility, number of referring domains, content freshness and length of URL. The learn how we came to this conclusion and what data we used continue reading this article.
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