In episode #1051, we discuss how you can rank higher than Wikipedia. Tune in to hear how you can be one of the top-ranking search results.
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- [00:27] Today’s Topic: How to Rank Higher Than Wikipedia
- [01:10] When doing keyword research, if Eric sees Wikipedia as one of the top results, he knows he can compete.
- [01:30] He follows the skyscraper technique to beat out Wikipedia and others at the top.
- [02:40] Backlinko ranks well, because his posts are high-quality.
- [03:45] Trying to compete with news sites will be the ultimate challenge. You can’t beat them.
- [04:15] Neil recommends updating your content whenever you get traction.
- [04:55] You’ll have a much better shot at beating Wikipedia if you combine a bunch of techniques (skyscraper, internal linking, etc.).
- [05:09] That’s it for today!
- [05:15] We are almost at capacity for our live event, so register while you still can: Check out Single Grain for more info.
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