How to Find Out Why Google Hates Your Content (And Steps to Fix It)

By Matt Press


You’ve written an article. It’s good, but it’s not delivering any results.

Despite targeting a seemingly easy keyword, the content is nowhere near page one in Google search results.

I was in the same spot a little bit ago after writing a lengthy article on “trade marketing,” a broad subject area with lots of searches. I created the content to fill a gap I observed in my research – nothing existed that was all encompassing on the topic.

Every content marketing box was clicked – research a topic, source a valuable keyword, write an informative article, optimize for search, and promote the piece.

My site – and the content – refused to budge in the search rankings.

Every #contentmarketing box was clicked, but the content refused to budge in search rankings. @SplashCopy #SEO
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Three months later, it was time to do some investigating. I followed a three-step process, and discovered that searchers didn’t want an ultimate guide. The evidence indicated that they wanted something else – so that’s what I gave them.

If you are having the same trouble – good content without great search results – take these three steps and see what happens.

Pre-step: Access Google Search Console and add your website domain to connect.

Step 1: Find your search analytics

When you open Search Console, go to Search Traffic, then select Search Analytics from the drop-down menu:


Now you can see the data around how often your site appears in Google search results. Make sure all the check boxes – clicks, impressions, CTR, and position – are ticked at the top of …read more

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