• Data Source: Google Search Console
  • Type: Categorical (Ranking Positions)


A Search Engine Results Page (SERP) is the page displayed by search engines in response to a user’s query. The SERP typically includes a mix of organic search results, paid advertisements, featured snippets, knowledge graphs, and other search features. The positioning of your website on a SERP is a key indicator of your SEO performance and visibility.

SERP positions are often categorized as follows:

  • Top 3: Keywords ranking in positions 1 to 3.
  • Top 4-10: Keywords ranking in positions 4 to 10 (first page of the SERP).
  • Top 11-20: Keywords ranking in positions 11 to 20 (second page of the SERP).
  • Rest: Keywords ranking in positions 21 and beyond.
SERP (Search Engine Results Page) - Data Bloo Glossary

Use Cases

  1. SEO Performance Tracking: Monitor your website’s rankings on SERPs to assess the effectiveness of your SEO strategies and identify opportunities for improvement.
  2. Keyword Ranking Analysis: Analyze the distribution of your keywords across different SERP positions to understand your current search visibility and prioritize optimization efforts for high-potential keywords.
  3. Content Strategy Development: Inform your content creation and optimization strategies based on the performance of your pages in SERP rankings, focusing on enhancing content for keywords that are close to reaching the top positions.
  4. Competitive Analysis: Compare your SERP rankings with those of competitors to identify strengths and weaknesses in your SEO approach and uncover opportunities for gaining a competitive edge.
  5. User Behavior Insights: Gain insights into user behavior by understanding which SERP positions drive the most traffic and engagement, helping to refine your overall digital marketing strategy.


  • Positive Indicator: High rankings (Top 3 and Top 4-10) on SERPs indicate strong SEO performance, high visibility, and a greater likelihood of attracting organic traffic.
  • Negative Indicator: Low rankings (positions 21 and beyond) suggest that your website is not highly visible in search results, highlighting the need for improved SEO efforts to enhance rankings and visibility.

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