SEO Fight Club – Episode 173 – Top SEO Factors

“Get Answers from an SEO Pro – For Free!”

– Recently attended an episode of SEO Fight Club where they discussed the interesting new things in the Top SEO Factors website.

– Joined the public part of Clint’s show and asked him questions, which is another amazing free resource.

– There aren’t many resources for tested or confirmed SEO information available to people in our industry, so it’s a great opportunity to be able to ask someone who has decades of experience and get a good answer.

– And with all these free opportunities being presented, giving back could just be as easy as subscribing to his channel or joining his group

– that literally costs us nothing!


“Stay Ahead of the SEO Game with Clint and Carolyn”

-Clint is an expert in SEO testing, and his content should not be missed.

-His show “SEO This Week” covers strategies such as how to get a batch of 250 Pages indexed at once and achieving 100% indexation.

-I used to also be on top of my game with SEO testing, but it’s difficult to sustain results.

-Carolyn’s podcast episode is titled “Confessions of an SEO,” and can be found on all podcast platforms

– perfect for quickly catching up with short episodes that are about 15 minutes long.


“Cora Version 7: New Heights in Indexing”

-I’m sharing the news about Carolyn and Clint surpassing me in indexing.

-They have data to back their theories up so it’s hard to argue against them.

-They have developed innovative strategies for getting new pages indexed at a whopping 100% rate while many people are having difficulty with request indexing and search console.

-The latest version of Cora is called Version 7 – it can measure over 12,000 factors compared to just 1,100 with all APIs activated in Version

-Cora being able to measure Google Maps data allows for expanded visibility into Schema, yielding even more insights than ever before!

-Due to collecting 300 million factor measurements in their database, they had to rearchitect the website and do monthly windowing instead of daily windowing when doing update analysis, which gives better sample size results overall.


“Uncovering the Secrets to Search Engine Success”

– We analyzed major updates over the past two to three years, which tend to last 15-30 days, and now window our data to a month prior and after an update.

– Our system caches computer generated documentation for 12,000 factors so they are browsable and classified.

– On our homepage we have the top 200 factors for the current month (updated daily) with a new column tracking correlation strings.

– A strong negative correlation from -1 to 0 means that having more of a factor can lead closer towards ranking number 1 on search engines.


“Revealing the Secret to Achieving Number One in Google”

– I recently achieved number one in Google and found out some crazy stuff that blew my mind.

– Variations in HTML tags, bolded keywords, related synonyms and exact match keywords are all important factors to consider when ranking.

– According to data, the typical usage rate of these factors across the top 100 is under 300.

– Additionally, 88% of the top 100 use variations in HTML as a significant factor for relevance.

– The average competitor usage rate also shifts due to changes from Google coefficients but further study is needed on this volatility.

– Finally, examining outliers (maximum values seen) can reveal patterns among those who have obtained the number 1 rank position.


Exploring Outliers on Google: Unlocking the Secrets of the Search Engine

– Recently, Cora has seen an outlier of 115,316 variations on a single page with the number one position on Google.

– As opposed to many other tools, Cora’s built on privacy architecture and does not sell keyword information to other outside sources.

– A message digest is used for anonymous Factor data which is a one way encryption algorithm that hides what the keywords actually are.

– After the helpful content update in 2019 there was an increased correlation in predicting search results compared to previously seeing them randomly ordered.

– I have become interested in these outliers and am looking for anyone who knows any keyword over 50 000 variations to reach out so I can test it further. -Messing around with these charts already has produced thousands of ideas!


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