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sharmin Akther
Apr 11, 2022
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the most weight for that query. That said, content remains the primary focus. Understanding the intent behind queries and responding to them with our content is critical. It is mandatory to look at our content not only at the page level, but also at the site level. 5. Your EAT is Beat Expertise, Authority and Reliability (EAT). Three words that have big implications for how Google rates and ranks our websites IMO. Google isn't shy about giving hints about how it rates the EAT, but much of it is still misunderstood. What we do know is that content and trust are integral. Here are a few things to know… Content Know your audience. Ask: What content will delight people and keep them coming back to your site? Creating compelling and useful content will likely influence your website more than any other factor discussed here. Users know good content when they company employee list see it and will likely want to direct other users to it. This can be done through blog posts, social media services, emails, forums, or other means. Organic buzz or word of mouth is what helps build your site's reputation with users and Google, and it rarely comes without great content. –Google Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Getting Started Guide Keep it fresh. Review your site from time to time to make sure the content is up to date. Remember that Google says unmaintained content is a way to rank low on the EAT scale. Organize it. There's nothing Google loves more than an organized website with quality content. This is why site architecture is so importantMake it authoritative. There are two different levels of quality Google looks at for authority: 1) The content itself should be well-written, and 2) The content should
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