Why You NEED to Raise Organic CTR’s (And How to Do It)

by Larry Kim
Does organic click-through rate (CTR) data impact page rankings on Google? This has been a huge topic of speculation for years within the search industry. Why is there such a debate? Well, often people get hung up on details and semantics (are we talking about a direct or indirect ranking factor?), Google patents (which may or may not even be in use), and competing theories (e ...Read the full article

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