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Google Does Not Have Quotas On How Much A Site Can Rank For

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Google Does Not Have Quotas On How Much A Site Can Rank For


Google’s John Mueller said again that websites do not have some form of quota where they can only rank for a limited number of keywords. He said on Twitter “there’s no hard limit for how many pages we show from a site, subdomain or not.”

This is a topic we covered before, back in 2016 Google said there is no traffic quota and Google does not throttle traffic to a website.

John did add that if you are trying to compete against yourself for the same set of keywords, then it gets tricky. I mean, why create multiple pages to try to rank for the same word, generally (but not always), the most you will see are two results from your site. So if you want to see five of your pages ranking in the same search results page, that might not be a good strategy.

John said “Regardless, from a strategic point of view, if you’re competing with your own content, you’re going to have a harder time against stronger competitors.”

But in terms of a website being capped at only being able to rank well for a set number of keyword phrases, that simply does not exist. There are endless opportunities for your site to rank for endless keywords.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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Google Ads Testing Replacing Ad Label With Sponsored Label

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Google Ads Testing Replacing Ad Label With Sponsored Label

Google Ads is testing replacing the “ads” label with a “sponsored” label again. And just so you know, Google in 2010 replaced the “sponsored” label with an “ad” label until this day. Yea, sometimes we do see “sponsored” labels in Google Search but not for the normal search ads – those have been labeled “ads” for the UK and US regions for a long time now.

I personally cannot replicate this but Bastiir posted some screenshots of this on Twitter:

Test: Sponsored label in Google Search:

Normal: Ads label in Google Search:

Here is another full size screenshot you can click on to see the “sponsored” label:

Here are more tests:

I personally like the “sponsored” label, makes it feel more luxury. 🙂

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Forum discussion at Twitter.

Update: Google has now confirmed this as a test and sent Search Engine Land this statement:

This is part of a series of experiments to help users more easily identify the brand or advertiser associated with the Search ads they may see for a given query. We are always testing news ways to improve the experience for users on the search results page, but we don’t have anything specific to announce right now.

Source: www.seroundtable.com

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