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If the answer to this question is no, then the page shouldn’t be audited. This is because it takes time to rank on Google, so it’s not a great idea to make changes to recently published content until it has had time to rank. For example, we won’t bother auditing this blog post today. This is because it was only published in January: Excerpt of title and date of our blog post on HTTP status codes That said, the six-month period isn’t set in stone. If you think three months is enough time for a page to rank or simply prefer to leave pages for 12 months before auditing them, feel free to adjust this number. 2. Does it rank in the top three? If the page is more than 6 months old, the next question is whether it currently ranks in the top three for its primary target keyword. You can find this information in Ahrefs’ Site Explorer (get access for free with an Ahrefs Webmaster Tools account). Here’s how: Paste your webpage URL into Site Explorer Go to the Organic keywords report Check your primary target’s ranking position For example, if we do this for our SEO checklist, you can see that it ranks in position #3: Affiliate marketing whatsapp number list has a simple premise. Just like Batman and Robin, vendors team up with affiliate marketers for mutual gain, making it a win-win for many business owners. Excerpt of Organic keywords report results If your page ranks in the top three and you’re happy with that position, there’s no need to take any action. However, if you want to pursue the top spot, you’ll want to investigate the SERP further to see whether that’s even likely to be possible. And if so, what you’ll need to do to get there. Learn how to do that in our guide to ranking higher on Google. 3. Does it rank in the top 20? If your page doesn’t currently rank in the top three, use the Organic keywords report to see if it’s at least in the top 20. If it is, check to see whether the page is targeting a unique keyword. The easiest way is to run a site: search for your website and target keyword, then eyeball the results for other pages seemingly targeting the same keyword. For example, if we run a site: search for moz.com + keyword cannibalization, Moz appears to have multiple pages targeting this keyword:
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