⭐️How To Do Custom Source Code Search
Check the following steps to search custom source code
1) Add Custom Search Filters
Click ‘Configure > Custom > Search’ from the top-level menu to open the custom search configuration.
Then click ‘Add’ (in the bottom right) to set-up a custom search filter.
A custom search filter will appear.
2) Input Your Search
Now enter search in the ‘Enter Search Query’ box and adjust each search filter option.
From left to right, any name can be given the search filter, then select either ‘contains’ or ‘does not contain’, then choose either ‘text’ or ‘regex’,
And then input the search query. Here, google search console query has been used, Google analytics, google tag manager, structure data, etc code can be used.
When the filters are set-up, then click ‘OK’ and run a crawl to perform the search.
3) Crawl The Website
After the custom search set up, crawl the website
4) View Data In The Custom Search Tab & Filters
Click on the Custom Search tab to view the results of custom search in real-time.
And here we can see that all the pages contain google search console code.
So no other page is not under the “Does not contain” category.
If any search category is found “does not contain” of any page, then export those pages, and put the code on the page backend.
⭐️Low CTR Page Analysis
- Go To Google Search Console.
- Performance > Pages > Filter by Average CTR.
- Highlight the low CTR Pages:
Click-through rate (CTR) is the ratio of the number of clicks on a specific link or call to action (also known as CTA, for example the ‘Learn more’ text at the bottom of an email marketing campaign) to the number of times people were exposed to the link (aka the number of impressions).
Here are four tips to consider when you’re trying to improve CTR:
1) Optimize your headline and copy:
Use one or two focus keyword(s) in your headline and copy. Appeal to your audience’s emotions and needs: solve a problem for them.
2) Include CTAs:
Write a direct and compelling call to action. Your CTA should be inviting and prompt your audience to click.
3) Use images:
Using visuals is a great way to increase CTR. Depending on the marketing channel, different types of images may perform better than others. Run A/B tests with different types of images to find out what works best for your company.
4) Try using hashtags:
Hashtags work across multiple platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Do some research on trending or popular hashtags in your industry, and use hashtags that relate to the rest of your copy to increase the chances of being seen by your target audience.
⭐️KGR keywords Finding
What is KGR keyword?
KGR (Keyword Golden Ratio) is a method used in SEO to determine the competition level of a specific keyword. It involves dividing the number of Google search results by the monthly search volume, with a result of less than 0.25 considered a good keyword to target. This method is useful for finding low-competition, long-tail keywords with a higher chance of ranking on the first page of search results.
How to find KGR keyword?
The number of Google results that have the keyword phrase in the title divided by the monthly search volume, where the search volume is less than 250. If the KGR is less than 0.25, then you should rank in the top 50 as soon as your page is indexed.
Monthly Search Volume:
KGR keyword formula:
Allintitle result (4) / Search volume (50) = 0.08 (<0.25)
So, it can be a pretty good KGR keyword. And it can rank as soon as the keyword gets indexed.