Director at www.sharpmonkeys.co.uk
13 April 2007 12:53pm
Hi all - enjoying the sun? Or like me shut away in a dark cupboard. I have an interesting question on Google traffic conversion. If i move a client from page four in Google under a particulay keyphrase to page one, any ideas what they can expect in terms of % increase in tarffic? I.e. If customers are searching in Google for a partiuclar product what percentage can you expect to look at page 1, page, 2, page 3 , page 4 and does anyone get past page four in percentage terms?
Any help would be brilliant.
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