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Happy Friday, NumisHeads!

It is with great joy that today I get to announce that we have officially reached Page 1 of Google search results for 'Ancient Coin Forum'! 

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This is incredible, made even more so by the fact that our forum is still less than 2 months old! 

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We couldn't have gotten here without every single one of you here, as all of our growth and success is 100% organic, so from the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!! 

Here's a coin to commemorate the occasion, Hadrian with Romulus!

HADRIAN (117-138). Denarius. Rome.
Obv: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Laureate head right.
Rev: ROMVLO CONDITORI, Romulus advancing right, holding spear and trophy.
RIC² 1424.
Weight: 3.06 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

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Please feel free to post anything you want! 

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24 minutes ago, Restitutor said:

Happy Friday, NumisHeads!

It is with great joy that today I get to announce that we have officially reached Page 1 of Google search results for 'Ancient Coin Forum'! 

image.png.4861f86d11d4375bc690acddb8b8fcd8.png

This is incredible, made even more so by the fact that our forum is still less than 2 months old! 

image.gif.1958d0737518e1093d481df6f9621e2d.gif

We couldn't have gotten here without every single one of you here, as all of our growth and success is 100% organic, so from the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!! 

Here's a coin to commemorate the occasion, Hadrian with Romulus!

HADRIAN (117-138). Denarius. Rome.
Obv: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Laureate head right.
Rev: ROMVLO CONDITORI, Romulus advancing right, holding spear and trophy.
RIC² 1424.
Weight: 3.06 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

image.png.b522f946fb58319cb68f01593395f10f.png

Please feel free to post anything you want! 

-Res

Congratulations, @Restitutor, for building a GREAT Forum, and facilitating a super Ancients coin community. 

We know all the hard work, and great job you performed to make this happen! Fantastic!

Thank you!

Brian

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5 hours ago, Restitutor said:

Happy Friday, NumisHeads!

It is with great joy that today I get to announce that we have officially reached Page 1 of Google search results for 'Ancient Coin Forum'! 

image.png.4861f86d11d4375bc690acddb8b8fcd8.png

This is incredible, made even more so by the fact that our forum is still less than 2 months old! 

image.gif.1958d0737518e1093d481df6f9621e2d.gif

We couldn't have gotten here without every single one of you here, as all of our growth and success is 100% organic, so from the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!! 

Here's a coin to commemorate the occasion, Hadrian with Romulus!

HADRIAN (117-138). Denarius. Rome.
Obv: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Laureate head right.
Rev: ROMVLO CONDITORI, Romulus advancing right, holding spear and trophy.
RIC² 1424.
Weight: 3.06 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

image.png.b522f946fb58319cb68f01593395f10f.png

Please feel free to post anything you want! 

-Res

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May I pour a little drop of not so sweet wine or champagne in the glass

I just set my mode to "private" (hiding a little bit my search preferences)
Then made the exact search.

This forum appears on page two, 3rd entry
So we have to try just a little bit harder 😏  972732076_Screenshot2022-07-22220250.png.7d09891388c9398f8abd6d57938d8519.png

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Interestingly, for me, searching ancient coin forum (without quotation marks) has numisforum showing up only as the 6th result on the second page. I have no idea why different people get different results. Of course, if one combined all the different Forum Ancient Coins links into one, we'd be a lot higher!

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Meanwhile, a search with "Ancient Coin Forum" in quotation marks was pretty useless: NumisForums doesn't show up at all, and two of the results near the top were forums I've never heard of that appear to be essentially defunct, namely https://www.coinpeople.com/forum/245-ancient-coin-forum/ and http://coinauctionshelp.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=21&start=200 .
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When the landing page (home or index ) was created, how many relevant keywords were put into its page setup file? Keywords are important because they tell search engines about the content of your homepage.

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Hmm. Changing my search from ancient coin forum to ancient coin forums (in both cases without quotation marks) brought numisforums from page 2 all the way up to the 6th result on page 1. I guess that makes some sense, given that our name includes the word "forums" rather than "forum."

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Nov 16, 2014  Ancient coins, a forum for discussing Roman, Greek, and other coins from ancient civilizations.
May 30, 2017  Ancient, Greek, and Roman Coin Forum - Such a fascinating history behind these old coins. Post your ancients here for discussion or just to show off.
FORUMS. Most Popular Threads ... (Roman coins are my favorite.) ... I am working on a collection of ancient Armenian coins, bought a few on the list but took ...
 
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It's certainly important to check this in private browsing mode, like @Dwarf did... not too relevant otherwise.  I get the same result as he did.

But I don't normally use Google (too many ad links, besides any issues one might have with their business model).  DuckDuckGo often gives me better results anyway, maybe because people aren't always trying to game their system, they're gaming Google instead.  In DuckDuckGo using private browsing mode, NumisForums comes 12th.  Which is very good!  That means almost on page one.  We'll be there on both Google and DuckDuckGo very soon!

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Time for a little Hilaritas!!!!

Tetricus I HILARITAS AVGG Antoninianus.jpg
Tetricus I, AD 271-274.
Roman billon antoninianus, 2.73 g, 20.3 mm, 7 h.
Mainz or Trier, AD 273-274.
Obv: IMP TETRICVS P F AVG, radiate, cuirassed bust right.
Rev: HILARITAS AVGG, Hilaritas standing left, holding long palm and cornucopiae.
Refs: RIC 80; Cohen 54; RCV 11237; Elmer 789; Hunter 16.
 

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5 hours ago, Dwarf said:

May I pour a little drop of not so sweet wine or champagne in the glass

I just set my mode to "private" (hiding a little bit my search preferences)
Then made the exact search.

This forum appears on page two, 3rd entry
So we have to try just a little bit harder 😏  972732076_Screenshot2022-07-22220250.png.7d09891388c9398f8abd6d57938d8519.png

Interesting! That is where I had been seeing it prior to today. Hopefully the fact we're now showing on page 1 for some of us means it's not too far away from occurring for everyone 😄

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