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  • Resolved johndos


    I have been using Yoast free and I am thinking on upgrading to either pro or e-commerce the thing is that I have added keywords and yoast indicator seems to be green but I can not see my website rising, in fact I can not see my website in google, using semrush Position Tracking everything is 0, I don’t get it I am using greek keywords as the website is in greek, and the only thing I have not changed are the urls that are usign english characters instead of greek. Any info would be very much appreciated.

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  • Plugin Support Michael Tina


    If you’ve set a particular focus keyword for a post or page, and it gives you a green score or rating, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will rank or be at the top of the search results. We are unable to recommend or guarantee high rankings and traffic for your site with the use of the Yoast SEO for WordPress plugin. Google Rankings (and the traffic it generates) depend on over 200 different factors. You can learn more about the 200 different factors that Google uses to determine ranking here —

    Other issues that determine rankings (and the traffic it creates) are the server load, page speed, cache configuration, mobile versions, responsiveness, and the site’s actual content. What we can advise is for you to continue updating and optimizing your website and hope that it should be the best result whenever someone tries to search for a particular search term, which you have positioned your content for.

    I am not saying that I am not ranking high but that I am not ranking at all mate.
    The page speed and load are good enough tested in gtmetrics, and the content of an e-commerce is kind of limited. I can not think of anything else to do.

    Plugin Support Michael Tina


    If you do a SITE: search for your article, does it show up in the search results? It’s possible that the particular focus keyword you are using might be competitive and lots of other websites are trying to rank for the same search term. We can also advise that you try ranking for long-tail keywords, as this would have less competition and a higher chance for you to be able to rank for that particular search term. You can learn more about long-tail keywords here —

    Plugin Support amboutwe


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    Thanks for understanding!

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