A day late, I know, but I gave you fair warning. Â We had a great trip, thanks for asking, but of course it’s time to get back to reality. Â So here we go.
Joe’s SEO Campaign
We’ve still got nine #1 rankings this week, but there are now 26 search phrases ranked in the top 10 (an increase of seven from last week), seven of which are at #3. Â Only two terms dropped at all this week, with all the rest staying the same or making some significant leaps.
Eric’s SEO Campaign
Three phrases dropped from where they were a week ago. Â Two only dropped a spot or two and one dropped significantly, but that one has been break dancing all up and down Google for a while now. Â A few phrases didn’t change. Â The vast majority went up, most of them a good 5-15 places. Â It should be noted that two of the main search phrases have moved from borderline page three to firmly on page two. Â That may shift some in the future, but the upward trend is a definite positive.
Josh’s SEO Campaign
I’m not sure if I’ve seen as much Google dancing in a one-week span as I’ve seen with Josh’s account this week. Â If you look at the end of last week and compare it to this week, many of the terms are up, anywhere from a couple spots to 15. Â Several of these, however, swung wildly up and down during the week.
We do have ten search phrases in the top 10 though, fou r of which were not there a week ago.
Nilesh’s SEO Campaign
We’re mostly steady this week with one new phrase in the #1 spot and otherwise a couple minor ups and downs. Â The biggest leap is one that went from 29 last week to 17 today. Â The secondary domain seems to have made better gain this week than the primary domain.
Bryce’s SEO Campaign
We’ve got eight search phrases in the top 10, all between spots 1 and 3. Â The most competitive term made a nice jump from #54 to #39. There was some significant Google dancing for this phrase throughout the week and I expect it to dance some more, but it’s been steady for the last few days.