Is it a good sign that p.d - my website is showing up consistently in first 200 searches for one or two fo my terms, and an article l linked from redgage is showing up in top 100?
Redgage has a good number of backlinks. As your site mature and gain backlinks, it will rank higher than Redgage posts.
The site is a month old. I'm not rushing too much. But...oh my this is fun. When I first started it, it was at about 700... quite a difference.
You definitely want to be in the top 10 search results, but also success depends on people actually searching for teh keywords you choose.
Thats actually what I'm worried about - that I've picked the wrong terms. This si all pretty much based on my own research, tho, so I'm fully expecting to make mistakes. I just hope whatever mistakes I do make don't leave permanent damage.. (assuming l do the work to fix them.) Wish l knew how to tell if a search term is strong - ie if people actually use it. So far I've been going based on what I would search for, if I wanted this type of info, but I"m not great at search engines.
Anyway. For tonight it's definite improvment. I've only been running a site for a month and - a week, actually. Lol.
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