How to optimize terms in attributes for google?

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    Aloha, I’m new in SEO and I have a question.
    I have a small local flooring online store https://bestflooringhonolulu.com/. I’ve created an attribute, for example, “plank width” and added to this attribute terms “wide plank”.
    So what I want to happen is when someone searches for “wide vinyl plank flooring” he would see in search results a link to products in my store filtered by the attribute “plank width” term “wide plank”.
    The question is, in order for this to happen, do I just need to publish a text optimized for the keyword “wide vinyl plank flooring” in the field “description” of the term “wide plank”?

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for contacting Rank Math and bringing your concern to our attention.

    Yes, you can SEO the term taxonomy for that keyword and using few internal/external backlinks, your website might rank in search engines. However, rankings are never guaranteed by anyone, and although Rank Math can help do on-page SEO, there are still many things at play.

    Please note that ranking on Google depends on so much more than just your on-page optimization. You could have the perfect article and still struggle to break the top 10 in SERPs. Here are some of the factors Google considers when ranking you:
    1. Your website’s authority
    2. Your content’s quality and how better it is than the other article currently ranking.
    3. How competitive the keyword is.
    4. How many backlinks you have and better than what the other guys ranking for that keyword have.
    5. Your website’s crawlability.
    6. Frequency of new content and content updates.
    7. So much more that there is a dedicated blog post on it by Brian Dean 🙂
    https://backlinko.com/google-ranking-factors
    I would recommend that you keep at it and acquire more links to break into the top SERPs.

    I hope that helps. Thank you, and looking forward to your update.

    Hello,

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    If you still need assistance or any other help, please feel free to open a new support ticket, and we will be more than happy to assist.

    Thank you.

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