These are topped by sites like Amazon and Best Buy. You probably won't be able to compete for that. Information-oriented results: things like "what is an ethernet cable" and "how to use ethernet cables" - mostly dominated by Wikipedia-like sites, but you can compete. Comparison results: Notably absent. Are all ethernet cables the same? Could you find some insight here by writing about why they're different, how they're made, or details about how the technology works? Could you provide some unbiased opinions or discuss how to know when to use a CAT 5 versus a CAT 5e for example? Advertising Continue reading below You're still unlikely to go over the big ones for a short-tail keyword like this, but by focusing on the things that are missing, you can start to carve out a niche for yourself.
I notice there are no video results in this search - maybe this is an e-commerce photo editing opportunity. Also look at the “People Ask” box for ideas. screen2 Ultimately, you can never compete with the big guys without huge budgets and resources. So change the playing field to something you're better equipped to compete on. Advertising Continue reading below I can't figure out why Google Search Console keeps showing that it has indexed 0 pages from one of my client websites when all other metrics i.e. show multiple pages of results. The robots.txt file does not block anything and I have submitted XML sitemaps which seem to work fine. I don't know what else to try. Ideas? Thank you. - Marvin K., Salem, Massachusetts According to Google's (SMX Advanced, 2015), is “not always accurate”. It's designed to be an advanced search utility, not an exhaustive look at everything they have in their database.
Often I find pages that have been 301 to a new location (and it shows the original page) or pages that haven't been indexed. Sometimes I even find old (really old) 404s or 410s. The bottom line is that the utility isn't completely reliable, so don't put too much stock in it - just use it as a litmus test. 0 indexed pages? Let's take the usual suspects first: Your account is verified or you won't be able to see any data. Presumably, your account was opened more than two weeks ago (sometimes it can take Google that long to catch up). It looks like Google is finding your XML sitemap since you said you tested it and it works. The next step is therefore: Make sure you're looking at the exact same canonical.