SERP (Search Engine Results Page)
What is a SERP (Search Engine Results Page)?
A SERP, or Search Engine Results Page, is the page that displays the results of a search query entered into a search engine. The page typically displays a list of web pages that match the search terms, with the most relevant pages appearing at the top of the list.
SERPs can vary depending on the search engine being used, the type of search being conducted, and the location of the user. Some SERPs may also include additional features such as ads, featured snippets, and knowledge panels.
Optimizing for SERPs involves creating content that is relevant to the user's search query and using keywords and other SEO techniques to increase the likelihood of the content appearing at the top of the search results.
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