Let’s assume that your site has ranked for a keyword you’ve aiming. This is brilliant news, right? Of course, it is! But what if the page that is ranking finishes up being unrelated. You certainly met something like this when you googled something – the first few outcomes that came up looked feasible, but for other reason, one of the top labels didn’t look like a good fit. If the page doesn’t reply to your query, that means the wrong page is ranking for that particular keywords, and it is generally not intentional. This is not a good sign, because if the page presented does not effectively represent the query, then 1. It can adversely affect your click-through rate and conversion rate and traffic because of an unsuitable title or description. 2. Receiving the wrong page and not finding relevant things, your newly-arrived persons are likely to jump out from your site without converting. So, what should you do? Here’s the thorough process to analyse, recognise and fix the issues as soon as they arise. Recognising the wrong ranking pages Sometimes it’s impossible to regulate each and every of your site’s ranking pages. And at times you just don’t have any information about the site. So, to initiate, you need to analyse if there are any wrong page issues to be fixed. Just choose how many keywords you’d like to review. Analysing all pages ranking for your 1500 keyword queries are something you maybe can’t afford and also don’t need….