Characteristics of High Quality Pages

Google Search Quality Ratings: Positive Reputation and A High Level of Expertise/Authoritativeness/Trustworthiness (EAT)

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google Search Quality Guidelines gives us clues into how Google determines quality. Google states that A High quality page has one or more of the following characteristics: High level of Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness…

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who is responsible for measuring the customer satisfaction in your organization?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Clear and Satisfying Website Information: Who is Responsible and Customer Service

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google defines something they call E-A-T (Expertiese, Authority, and Trust) and important components of a high ranking website. As an example, what Google defines as YMYL (Your Money or Your Life) pages, require…

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Characteristics of High Quality Pages

Google Search Quality Ratings: A Satisfying Amount of High Quality Main Content

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  The portion of a webpage where the Google “Quality” criteria matters is in what they call the Main Content. Google employs raters (humans) who analyze sites for quality to identify high and low…

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Characteristics of a High Quality page

Google Search Quality Ratings: Characteristics of a High Quality Page

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google recently released the Search Quality Rating Guidelines. It is the guidebook Google provides to the human raters that tells them how to determine how relevant a page is to a search query.…

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What is E.A.T? And why do you need it?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Most Important Factors

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google released their quality raters’ guidelines to the public. While it’s 170 pages in total, the whole document is worth reading. In this piece, we summarize what this Google document says about the most…

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What makes a website to be ranked highly?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Overall Page Quality Rating Scale

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google states that the overall Page Quality Rating Scale is a sliding scale from Lowest > Low > Medium > High > Highest quality. For a website to be rated as “High Quality”, it has…

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What is the role of Reputation in the Google Quality Rating Guidelines?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Website Reputation

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  The latest release of Google’s Search Quality Ratings Guidelines has given a pretty good insight on the role of website reputation in their search results. Google has stressed the importance of the rater’s…

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What are some of the changes from the Google search update?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Understanding Webpage Content

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google provides clear instructions to their quality raters on how they are to understand website content for purposes of rating the quality of the website. Google has classified all the content on a…

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What is Your Money or Your Life webpage?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Your Money or Your Life Page

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  Google defines a category of webpages they call “Your Money or Your Life”. These are webpages that could potentially impact the future happiness, health or wealth of visitors. These are webpages that have positive…

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What is the purpose of a web page?

Google Search Quality Ratings: What is the purpose of a webpage?

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  For you to write quality content, it helps to know what Google means by “quality”. Hence this series of posts. The most important concepts here are: Every page on the Internet is created…

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How do you define a homepage?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Important Definitions

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages.  From our last post, once you have understood the The purpose of Google’s Page Quality Rating and what defines the quality of that web page, it is important that your are familiar with some definitions Google…

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What is the purpose of Google’s Page Quality Rating?

Google Search Quality Ratings: Page Quality Rating

This post is a part of a series of posts that informs you as to how Google defines quality in respect to web pages. The purpose of Google’s Page Quality Rating The purpose of Google’s Page Quality Rating is to make sure that your website provides what the searchers are looking for. The ratings determines whether your…

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Google hires people to rate websites as to their quality

Google Search Quality Ratings: Introduction

What does it mean for a webpage to be a “high quality“? While to most people this term seems subjective, Google puts enormous efforts into quantifying our subjective experience of “quality” when it comes to web pages. Human Raters To achieve this end, Google hires human raters who rate webpages as to their quality based…

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