What to Do If Your Search Rankings Drop on Google

Identifying—and fixing—SEO problems is not as daunting as it seems

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Your traffic is steadily growing. Everything is going swimmingly for your website—and then, overnight, pageviews plummet and your business is hobbled.

It’s an all-too-common scenario that plays out every year for businesses big and small. Unfortunately, Google holds a monopoly on search, so when you fall out of its good graces, it can be devastating for your business. If you find yourself facing a sudden drop in search traffic, here’s how to handle it.

How to Know If Your Search Rankings Have Dropped

If you’re the type who keeps a close eye on your stats at all times, you may also be prone to spiraling into a panic over any dip in search traffic.



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