It appears that google is listing very specific product hubs. Instead of a hub that is about coffee widgets, they are excluding that hub and listing coffee widget number 10, for example.
This is not very evergreen as widget number 10 will likely be replaced by widget number 11, making the hub void.
What are you writing about coffee widgets?
If you are rehashing specs, it's always going to be an uphill battle.
If you are writing about your method of cleaning your coffee widget in half the time, or the special brewing technique that enhances the normally bland results one expects from such widgets, or amusing experience you had assembling your widget where widget parts ended up in the ceiling fan, the hill is a bit less steep.
it could be temporary high listing if recently published. or maybe there are many searches. I can see that happening with the holiday season approaching.
the thing about evergreen is those topics will always be searched.
These things are sent to try us, all we can do is write about grass - isnt that evergreen?
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