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Keyword Position - Surprising

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Very surprising thing is coming from a report. when i saw for a keyword "which is the best mobile" is getting avg. position of 2.1 while the QS is 4, Est. top page bid is Rs.91 and status red marking below first page bid then how the keyword is getting avg. position of 2.1

 

Does it mean all estimates are approximation or nobody is targeting this keyword 

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Hi Jeewan,

 

A similar discussion has done previously. I hope that helps you in clarifying your question. Let us know if you need something more.

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Hi Jeewan,

 

A similar discussion has done previously. I hope that helps you in clarifying your question. Let us know if you need something more.

Re: Keyword Position - Surprising

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Hi Jeewan,

Avg. Position indicates the average for that keyword over the time period (past) you're looking at, while 'below first page bid' label indicates the keyword isn't currently eligible for first page position. Increase in competition (competitors raising their bids) can lead to such a situation.

Hope that clarifies Smiley Happy
Sumanth Sridhar