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Niche Finder Definition – SERPS

SERPS = Search Engine Results Pages

Internet marketing pros throw this term around a lot, but they never define it. In their circies there’s no need. Everyone knows it.

Every time you do a Google search, you end up with a page of results. That’s the SERP.

So for any given keyword, you want to be in page #1 (the top 10) in the Google SERPS.

 

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