The majority of users never go beyond the first page of search results. A recent survey shows that the top-ranked website in Google has a daily visit of 33/100 users, compared to only 18/100 users for secondary websites.
According to this study, the top ranking in Google’s organic search results receives 33% of visitors, compared to 18% for the second place, and traffic only decreases.
Junk removal is a competitive industry; with one giant company and many smaller, more localized players. Whether you are buying a franchise, starting a junk removal business on your own or joining one of the hundreds of other local, regional and national waste management companies, your marketing and advertising efforts have a direct impact on potential revenue.
Can the small, local junk removers compete with the million-dollar budget of the “Big Guy”? You bet they can! And they do.
Google’s algorithm crawls your website and keeps these pages in their index so they can show up in search results for specific queries. You can check the Google Search Console (GSC) to see how many of your pages are in their index.
If you keep adding new content and keeping a valid sitemap, this number should keep rising. Unless, of course, if you intentionally delete some pages. However, if this number declines suddenly or over time, then you might have a problem.