3 Things to Do If Your Google Rankings Drop (Don't Wait! Use These SEO Strategies Immediately!)




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  1. Rob V.
    Rob V. says:

    Ok, I'll bite. I agree with this strategy, but for me, it doesn't appear to be working (at least in many cases). For example, one primary keyword(s) that I used to rank in the #1 – #3 spots for have been scooted out by a couple competitors.

    This is for a product review, by the way.

    This competitor has terrible content, and not even close to being thorough.

    For example, their post has a keyword count of 650 words, vs. 3560 words on mine.

    Their post has no user reviews, no comments, and no social engagement whatsoever.

    I have 35 real user reviews, over 150 comments, and 43 facebook shares.

    Their post has only been around for a few months, mine has been around since 2012 (I update this post every couple of months, so it's not 'stale' content).

    Their site has only been around since 2014, mines been around since 2009.

    The only major difference I appear to see is links, those of which appear to be VERY grey / black hat in my opinion and in the opinion of others I've spoken with.

    So what do you do?

    Do I copy their grey / black hat link building strategy and cross my fingers that I don't get penalized down the road?

    Why does google reward such low-value content that's clearly using manipulative link building techniques?

    Sorry for the long post, just frustrated.

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  2. Robinsh Kumar
    Robinsh Kumar says:

    I'm experiencing the shift in rankings of one of my website and no doubt after watching this video I should understand that it is an ongoing process and I can re rank to the previous positions or better just by updating my content in better way.

    Thank you so much for this video!

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  3. Mark Henry
    Mark Henry says:

    Hi Neil this is great video again. I need a solution. I had tried this strategy since last few months for one of my client website. I have got result as well but it is fluctuating a lot. I was positioned under top 10 pages in Google but few days later I was again removed from that position and thrown away to 20th page. Is there any other way to overcome this issue? Please help.

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  4. josefin schwartz
    josefin schwartz says:

    Hi Neil, just one little interesting thought I had, do you have an opinion or any thoughts about how long time it's maybe going to take until "artificial intelligence" or machines so to say is going to take over an SEO's job?

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  5. Pankaj Sharma
    Pankaj Sharma says:

    Great advice. One question. How accurate are the keyword positioning displayed in the Search Console? I see it shows that my website's pages rank for certain keyword at some position, but when I search in Google, no page appears from my website for those keywords. It happens like 40% of the time.

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