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WHAT IS SERP?

What Is SERP?

Search Engine Result Page, or SERP, is a page displaying sites relevant to keywords that users type in search engines. The term Search Engine Result Page applies to all search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, etc.

Functions of SERP

From SEO’s point of view, and technically, SERP functions to show keywords ranking, page title meta-desc, search snippet, and the competitors of a certain website.

Generally speaking, SERP functions to answer users’ questions in search engines.

SERP features

  1. Carousel feature (usually displayed in F&B, Books, Public Figures, Movies, dll)
  2. Knowledge Graph (on the right side on desktop version and on the top on mweb, usually displays important information related, companies, public figures, maps, countries’ information, etc.)
  3. Location (on the top on desktop and mweb version)
  4. Video Section (the place is flexible on users’ question, frequently on the center and at the top)
  5. News Story (section for news from online publishing)
  6. Search Snippet Page (a short snippet from a web showed in the results)
  7. Gallery (does not always appear, section types may vary, usually appears at the top and on the center)
  8. Related Search (at the bottom, right after pagination)

Types of Internet Search

The SERP appearance is not always in lists, but in some cases it will show other results in addition such as:

Transactional ⟶ Trading, E-Commerce, purchasing goods

Informational ⟶ Brief Information, News Flash, Information Snippet

Navigational ⟶ Store Location, hotel Location, travelling place

Transactional displays from keywords of brand, price, and brand’s product.

Informational is on the right side of SERP displaying short information about a topic.

Navigational is useful for queries such as cake shops, restaurants, hotels, and other places.

Etymology

SERP is a page displayed by search engines in responding to users’ keyword requests.

Sites' Order on SERP page

SERP would display 10 relevant sites with the order of:

  1. Four ads on the top
  2. Three Organic Results
  3. Three ads at the bottom

Note that it is not absolute. There may be 1-2 displayed sites each or none, depending on your keywords.

Components in SERP

Search Query

Search Query is a series of words typed by users on search engines such as google, bing, yahoo, and so on. Currently search queries comes from not only the typing on a search engine, but also voice search using the Tect to Speech feature on Google, for example.

Organic Results

Organic Results is a list of website rankings naturally listed by search engines based on the keywords and relevance of the website.

Sponsored results

Sponsored Results is a paid ranking of websites to get to the top of the search list.

Rich Snippets

Rich snippets are displayed by google on search results pages when a site contains content. Rich snippets that are supported in Google are:

  1. Product: Detailed information about a product from price to review
  2. Recipes: Information about food or drink recipes
  3. Reviews: Contains reviews of a place, movies, and so on.
  4. Events: Organized events to be attended by large numbers of people such as a music event or an arts festival
  5. Software: Detailed information about a software from price to reviews from users
  6. Work-related content

Featured Snippets

 Featured Snippet is a summary of answers to user requests.

What is ON-SERP SEO

On-SERP SEO is an SEO strategy that focuses on placing as many rankings as possible in each target on the google SERP.

How to Optimize ON-SERP SEO

The way to optimize on-serp SEO is to identify which assets and content to optimize when there is demand from users and determine the appropriate keywords for that content. Currently, there are two elements in the google SERP, namely:

On-SERP elements that can change purchase browsing

Optimizable On-SERP elements. Some of these elements are:

  • Video Carousel
  • Image result
  • Recipe Carousel
  • Local Products
  • Results from google shopping
  • Interesting Finds ongoogle

Related Terms

Organic

Organic search is a result from the search engine algorithm of the keywords you are looking for.

Paid Search

In contrast to SEO, Paid Search is included in SEM where you need to pay the cost of advertising on SERP pages.

Google Snippet

Google Featured Snippet is a snippet from the most relevant website based on Google’s algorithm.

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