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Google map is a free service that locates businesses and other points of interest on the planet. It has found its way onto many websites, blogs, and social media platforms. It can be a great way to draw in new visitors and build your brand. However, if you're not on Google maps, then you are missing out on quite a few opportunities. By using directory submission services, you can have your site URL listed. This article will teach you how to appear on Google maps by providing helpful tips for formatting your website correctly and optimizing it for the search engine. 1. Create a Google My Business Listing This is the first step in being found on google maps. You need ...

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Google Search Ranking

Semrush recently held a webinar that discussed the new Google Core Update, which focused on Google Search ranking. The higher your Google ranking is the more website traffic you will receive. Below you will learn a few keys that will help your search rankings on Google. 1. Search Intent Search intent is giving the people what they are look for. There are 4 types of search intent: informational, navigational, commercial, and transactional. The most important aspect of search intent is details: Format What are you including in your article How in-depth is it Are you writing for a beginner or advanced? To figure out where to begin, do a SERP analysis. SERP analysis is the process of studying a search engine results page to ...

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Google SEO Algorithm

Have you heard of the new Google SEO algorithm, rolling out in June 2021? The Google Page Experience ranking factor aims to prioritize websites that provide a good user experience to visitors, as measured through five (5) key signals. The 5 Signals 1. Core Web Vitals These are a new set of three performance metrics that focus on how performance connects to experience. The three metrics are Largest Contentful Paint (LCP), Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS), and First Input Delay (FID). Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) measures how long it takes for the largest element to become visible in the viewpoint. Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) measures how visually stable the page is. First Input Delay (FID) measures how long it takes for the browser ...

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