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E-A-T means Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness.
E-A-T is part of Google’s algorithm and baked into Google’s Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines.
Even Google says that E-A-T is “very important.”
E-A-T should not be confused with “eat” and the foods we put into our mouths. Although I have to admit, I’m suddenly craving a burrito.
If you’re an SEO professional, you’ve probably heard a lot about E-A-T over the past few years.
But, what exactly is E-A-T? Is it a major update, a little tweak, or something in the middle? Do you need to change everything about your SEO strategy? Or can you safely ignore it like that half-eaten taco still in the fridge from last weekend?
In this guide, I’ll explain exactly what E-A-T is, dive into Google’s Search Quality Rater Guidelines, why it matters, and how to help your site rank better by feeding it E-A-T style content.
The guide is in collaboration with other SEO marketers, including Dave Davies, Lily Ray, Kevin Rowe, and Roger Montti.
Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect in this series:
- Chapter 2: Google’s Search Quality Raters Guidelines: A Guide for SEO Beginners
- Chapter 3: How to Use Structured Data to Support E-A-T
- Chapter 4: E-A-T & Link Building: A Guide to Evaluating Prospects
- Chapter 5:...
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