Need Help SEO!!!

Started by Kik84, Jun 20, 2022, 03:19 AM

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Kik84Topic starter

After deciding a keyword and created a site I do some SEO on it and it's some keywords are ranking on 3,4,5,6 page's in the google (SERP) and want why after doing lot of SEO I am not able to rank it on 1st page?

I am doing SEO from 7, 8 months.

Thanks in advance.


There is no clear answer why the site is not in the top. The hosting and SaaS niche is very competitive, especially for SEO in the USA. As a rule, there are very strong players in the TOP: old domains, with a lot of content, backlinks ......

What to do in such a situation:
1. Conduct a technical audit of the site: check page speed, Core Web Vitals, check how the site is rendered, whether pages are indexed normally, etc.
2. Analyze competitors: traffic channels, TOP pages, content, link profile
3. Quality content is important in this niche. As a rule, a blog brings more traffic.
4. For starters, low-frequency keywords should be displayed in the top.

It's all in general)


Hi, You said that you're working your website for 7 to 8 months and still not ranking on 1st page and your question is why it was not ranking. Okay, for this question, we have multiple reasons with solutions.

Here is the checklist:

Website Proper Indexation in Search Engine
Content Optimization
Target Keywords Inserted in content
Any Broken Links
Schema code updated on required page
Webpages Loading time
High DA Backlinks
GMB Page Optimization


Your site may not even index in the search engine at all, check if it was shadow-banned. Also the link on indexing pages may be broken or they might need an optimization. The content changes may help.

Isaac Forman

Many effective ways have been written here that will help you get on the first pages of the search, however, in order to answer you exactly how to get to the 1st page, especially to the first positions (TOP-3), you need to start not so much with yourself, but with competitors.
1. Rate sites in the TOP-3. What is useful to the reader in them? What can you add.
2. Again, backlinks.
3. Increase reviews on your page by adding comments on the site. If this is an online store, then various professional platforms will help you.
4. Do Minor SEO (Page Copy, Load Speed, etc)
5. Check the analytics - how much traffic comes from mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.). Set up optimization for all devices.
6. If this is a regular information site, then create several longreads.


Think for yourself what is important for users to see on the promoted query and be sure to analyze competitors. It's just that text with keys doesn't work for a long time — only if you know how to move through time.
We analyze competitors. We enter the query "photos for documents" in the search and analyze 3-5 competitors. We look at the content of the page itself. We analyze not only the structure of the page, but also the content of the text.

What do competitors indicate on the page? Prices, application form. And what do they write about in the text? About the types of photos, about the advantages of the copy center.
You can also analyze this request among competitors from other cities in order to add "chips" for your page that competitors' web sites in your region do not have.

Based on the analysis, we compile a technical specification for a copywriter. In the TOR, we specify the keys, additional keys (LSI text) and the structure of the text.
If there is something in the page structure that cannot be implemented with basic layout knowledge, then we set a task for the programmer - for example, to implement an application form or a style calculation calculator.

Do not leave the friendly URL and optimization and meta tags for "later". Optimize right away, so as not to wait for the page to start moving forward.
Optimize. Based on the analysis of competitors, we prescribe Title and Description, H1-H3, alt for images. We specify the keys everywhere. How to write a Title, we wrote in this article.

We make out. We post the text and the rest of the content (photos, application, prices, etc.). Be sure to check the text before posting! Read it, correct grammatical errors.

Evaluate. Optimizing the page is technically correct — only half the case. In addition, the page should be logical and user-friendly. After you have created and designed the page, evaluate it through the eyes of the user.

Convenient, useful and everything is clear? — Super!
Or do you need to finalize something, something is missing? — Go ahead!
And now it's convenient, useful and everything is clear?

Speeding up page indexing
So, you have finally optimized and designed the page well. It's time to show the page to search engines, let them check it out too.
Updating the web  site map sitemap.xml to include a new page in it (if this is not done automatically).