5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Ranking In any Search Engine?

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Search rankings are tricky. Your site can be ranking very well in just one day, sending you reams of highly-qualified traffic. Then, just when you think you’ve cracked the Google code, your rankings plummet.

Or maybe, your site has never ranked well in the search engines. Maybe you’ve optimized your site the best you know how, but you’re still not ranking for your desired keywords, or any keywords at all.

Then I will Tell You 5 Reasons Why Your Website Is Not Ranking In any Search Engine? in my today’s article.

1-Your site is new

I can’t tell you how many times someone has said to me: “My site has been up for a month, and it’s still not ranking in the search engines!” Getting ranked for specific keywords often taken months. After 2-3 weeks, your site should have been indexed, meaning it is present in Google’s search results, but with no guarantee of ranking very highly within them.

To check to see if your site has been indexed, go to Google and type in site:yoursite.com to see all the indexed pages on your domain. If no search results are returned, your site hasn’t yet been indexed. While Google usually finds your site on its own, you can also submit your site manually just to be sure. Generally this is unnecessary, though; Google will find your site as long as it is linked to elsewhere on the Web, such as articles published on external publications, local directories, or even tweets posted on Twitter that include a link to your website.

2-You’re targeting high-volume, short tail keywords

Just 5 years ago, targeting short, high-volume keywords was the norm. Webmasters would create content based on these desired words or phrases, build some keyword-rich links back to their website, and watch their site climb the rankings for those keywords.

 However, over the past few years, this strategy has become ineffective due to a collision of factors. Google released its Penguin algorithm in April 2012, which specifically targeted and penalized websites with too many keyword-rich inbound links, since they are almost certainly unnaturally acquired, which is a violation of Google’s webmaster guidelines. Additionally, with so many sites vying for these high-volume short-tail keywords, your chances of ranking anywhere close to the top are practically zero.

And to be honest, ranking for these types of keywords has become far less desirable. Short keywords will drive general traffic, whereas longer, more specific keywords will drive more focused, targeted traffic.  Ranking for these “long-tail” keyword phrases will not only be easier, it will often result in much higher conversion rates.

3-You don’t have enough inbound links and mentions

 A healthy inbound link profile is extremely important for getting your site to rank highly in search engines. What do I mean by “healthy”? Natural links from high-quality, authoritative, relevant sites; a sufficient number of non-linked brand mentions; appropriate relationships between sites via co-citations; and a sufficient number and quality of deep links (links not just to your homepage, but to internal pages).

4-You haven’t built up trust with Google

Since April of 2012, online marketers have focused heavily on avoiding “over-optimization” of links due to the release of the Penguin algorithm. Since its release, has come down harder on sites that attempt to game the system by manually and manipulatively building keyword-rich links to a particular piece of content.

While over-optimization is certainly something that should be avoided, Brian Dean at Backlinko has presented some solid evidence that sites with over-optimized anchor text can avoid being penalized if they have build up a sufficient level of trust with Google. In other words, Google may just forgive (and even reward?) your over-optimization, if it happens within the context of an otherwise trustworthy site. Head over to Brian’s article for more on this.

5-Your site isn’t optimized for mobile devices

On April 21, 2015, mobile-usability became a significant ranking factor with the release of Google’s “Mobilegeddon” algorithm update. If you experienced a drop in rankings around that time, there’s a good chance it’s due to your site not being sufficiently optimized for mobile users.

One of the best ways to make sure your site is properly optimized for mobile is to use responsive design, which will ensure your site performs and is displayed properly on a variety of screen sizes, and that it provides the best user-experience for all your site’s visitors.

Not sure if your site is mobile friendly? Try using Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test, as well as their PageSpeed Insights tool to ensure your site loads quickly and is accessible on all devices.  For help with this, see “Is Your Site Mobile-Friendly? These 5 Tools Will Tell You” and “10 Steps to Creating a Mobile-Optimized Content Marketing Strategy.”

For any questions or any help freely comment below and tell me now.

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Tanmay arora is the cheif seo expert and the founder of "bonusproducts". He has a very deep interest in all technology topics whatsover.His passion,dedication and quick decision making ability make him stand apart from other

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