Search Ranking

Search Ranking, also known as search engine ranking or search result position, refers to the position at which a website or web page appears in search engine results pages (SERPs) for a particular query. The ranking is determined by a search engine’s algorithm, which takes into account various factors such as relevance, quality, and authority of the content. Higher search rankings lead to increased visibility, organic traffic, and click-through rates, making it essential for businesses to optimize their websites and content for search engines.

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