Why Am I Not on Page One Anymore?!!!

18 Apr

Finally, your site is finished. All of the hard work creating a site plan that provides an excellent User Experience (UX); collecting, auditing, and cataloging content; scouring copy for errors and making sure it is optimized for search without being spammy; writing all of the background programming including the very latest in semantic markup and micro-formats; has paid off and the site is ranking on page one across a deep swath of long and short-tail keyword phrases. You and your team are “high-fiving” and smiling broadly as you prepare your first performance report.



Google Explains Why Your New Page’s Number One Ranking May Drop.

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