Suppose you want to know what radiologists usually search for. Is there a service that can sell you this data?
I have no experience with SEO, but I suppose that only the company that operates a given search engine has access to search frequencies. There may be exceptions, such as inadvertently running spyware of all kinds, but none that would help us. I was thinking about getting this data from Google.
The main tool to access the Google search data is Google Trends. You can use it to see the top 25 searches for a given time interval, geographic location, category, but not by profession. Also the number of results seems to be limited to 25.
Then there is Google Analytics and Google Search Console. However these tools seem to be designed to help you manage your website, and not do research about your potential visitors.
I am quite surprised that it seems so hard to achieve. However, I learned that when a seemingly trivial endeavor turns out to be very hard, it usually means that things are done differently. If you have any advice, not necessarily Google related and not necessarily answering this question, I would love to hear it.
I have a client and we’ve been doing SEO for them since more than the past 6 months now. We’re almost getting them on the first page for target keywords. It’s a local business and, thus, we’re doing Local SEO for them. However, the client is getting impatient. I’ve shown on Google Search Console that their website is showing up on page 1 for target keywords through the maps pack. I was able to achieve this level of reporting by UTM tagging the GMB website URL with:
Source: google Medium: organic Campaign: gmb-listing
This helped me pinpoint page 1 rankings. However, I’m finding it hard to explain to the client that you won’t see the listing all the time.
She searches and does not find the website. I’ve explained that today’s search results are personalised and there are several factors that affect the positions. I googled to look for an explanation of why it does show the impressions in GSC, but, may not show on Google all the time and to everyone.
My issue is that I can’t find resources online to explain to the client why you won’t see the Google Maps result when you search for it although impressions, page 1 (and position 1) ranking and clicks do show in GSC.
I wrote a function which search a list of properties by specify the number of guests. Each property have a specific number of guests, eg: 10, so if the user search as guests
5 the query should return that post, but my code wouldn’t:
$ guests_tax_array = array( 'taxonomy' => 'property-guests', 'field' => 'term_id', 'terms' => array($ guests), //Searched value from $ _POST['guests'] 'compare' => 'IN' );
Essentially, the query should check if
5 (searched value) is contained in
10 using the
But the result is empty, is something wrong there?
We are on SharePoint Online (O365), in a specific list I would like to restrict the in-place list search box to NOT search the Modified By column. This list has multiple columns that hold individual names and it’s possible that a single individual will be listed in all the columns for a specific row.
Using the in-place OOTB search box we’d like to be able to enter an individual name and get ONLY those rows where the name is shown in one of our columns. Instead what we are getting are any rows where the name is shown AND any rows that have been edited by that name.
In this list only we want to limit the search so that the Modified By column is NOT searched. Is this possible?
I created a facebook business page about 3 weeks ago and can access myself and post adverts. However when I search for the page in facebook (@ProteinCore) it does not show up. Why?
I've already published the page and it shows this in the Settings. Is there anything I need to do so it shows up when searched?
Thank you in advance.
The easiest way, which was 1. to search for your emails 2. select the emails you would like to move and then 3. hover over the folder button with the down arrow on it, has been removed.
Now you must 1. search for the emails 2. select the ones you want to move 3. label them with the appropriate label 4. right click on the label you just created 5. click move to 6. choose the folder you would like to move the emails to.
Why are you selling this site?
not being used by me
How is it monetized?
Does this site come with any social media accounts?
How much time does this site take to run?
What challenges are there with running this site?
Consider this problem: you are searching an array of elements and are comparing the square of the current element to some number K. Essentially, you are looking to see if the square root of K is in the array. With this algorithm, chances are, you will not search the entire array because you will either find the square root or you will find that the square root is not in the array.
As such, you are searching only a fraction of the array, which lets say has M elements. Does this mean that the big O is still O(M), even though you are not searching all of the elements?