You still don’t know what the acronym “SERP” means or what types of search results appear on the different pages of search engines like Google? Surely you have made a lot of queries on Google, Bing or Yahoo without thinking for a moment why these results are displayed or how they are generated.
Therefore, today we will see in detail everything related to SERPs, so that you can identify what type of results page your content goes on in order to position yourwebsite in the best possible position. So don’t miss out on reading this article! SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages) are the pages that contain the lists of results displayed by search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo or Baidu) when a user makes a query. In it you will usually find about 10 results of medi
Nowadays, positioning yourself in a good place in these search results lists is of utmost importance for any type of website, because appearing in the first positions significantly increases the CTR of the pages and, in turn, guarantees to obtain a higher organic user traffic.
As I have shown you in other related articles, Attraction Marketing and Multilevel Marketing Evolution, we can define attraction marketing as a new approach for multilevel marketing businesses, because it will allow you to position yourself in the market as an expert or a leader. It will allow you to attract to you those who are looking for what you have already achieved and that they want to obtain within multilevel marketing: experience, knowledge, leadership, etc.
Therefore, it is essential that our page appears in the first places.
This can be applied to any search engine, but here we will focus on Google since it is the most used in the world with 69.80% of daily searches. As we already know, when a user makes a query in the Google search engine, a list of results is displayed that respond to his search intention and makes it easier for them to find the information they are looking for.
It is important to know that no two SERPs are the same. These results pages are very dynamic and will change depending on the search terms used in the search engine, throwing one or another SERP with unique and exclusive characteristics. However, all Google results pages share one thing in common; the order or position of your elements (paid ads at the top, then organic results).