Leveraging Google’s E-A-T concept for success in the SERPs

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Leveraging Google’s E-A-T concept for success in the SERPs

In this lesson, Adam explains how Google’s E-A-T concept works before diving into some actionable strategies to leverage E-A-T in your on-page and off-page SEO.

Here’s the Subject Matter Experts Lookup spreadsheet Adam mentions in this lesson.

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