I would like to know, how you deal with the meta tags of similar pages.
For example, we have two pages of a mobile operator, one of which offers an internet connection of 50 GB for 3 months, and the other - for 6 months (The plans are completely the same).
What would you recommend to avoid keyword cannibalization in this case?
@ms Thank you for your answer. Yes, my question was regarding rankings when Ahrefs checks for you vs. when I check it manually on Google.
I tried many options: like searching with VPN, other IPs, Incognito and with tools such as IsearchFrom, but it returns the same results - different from the Ahrefs' check.
Hello. Can someone please explain why Ahrefs and Google rankings differ from each other so much? Ahrefs shows my website in the 34th position of its SERP with a certain keyword, while on Google it appears in the 105th position. What's the reason for this?
I think that this is pretty common situation. At least, it happened to me multiple times already.
DR is not a real-time metric. It takes time to spider all the links, do the math and repeat that to keep numbers updated. Also, their algorithm is not fixed and they might be changing it more or less when needed. Sometimes, you can acquire great link, that is deleted in a month or so, and it could be reflected in your DR the way you're describing.
I'd say it's not a big deal. Nothing is perfect and your domain is sitting around 50. Small differences doesn't matter - it's not Google formula, that it has direct effect on ranking.
Hello everyone. 2 weeks ago my website's DR on Ahrefs was constantly 49. Then, surprisingly enough, it lifted up to 58 and just after a day, it dropped down to 49 and then 48.
Does anyone know the reason for this? What causes such drastic changes in DR?