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Click-through Rates and Their Effect on Organic Rankings

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When you’re analyzing your website’s performance, you pay keen attention to your click-through rates (CTR). Many people think that the CTR affects their site’s organic rankings amongst the SERPs. You might think that if you have higher organic CTR, you’ll rank higher in search results. However, research indicates otherwise. According to some, CTR has virtually ...

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Coming Soon- Twitter Integration into Google Desktop Search Results

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People with keen eyes might’ve noticed that Google mobile search results have been showing related content from Twitter. The integration started in May, with Tweets containing the searched keywords appearing in the SERPs.

However, this was limited to the United States and only to mobile results. Recently, there are indications that not only will Google include Twitter outside the country, but the company would also expand to desktop search.

Where and When?

Some observant ...

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