Buy Google CTR Clicks And Increase Your Rankings
Back in 2014, Moz's Rand Fishkin ran a CTR case study which moved his site from #7 to #1 in less than 3 hours by sending clicks to his SERPs. These were real people, making real clicks. This was the first proof that SERP CTR was a factor that could heavily move the SERPs.
It's not always easy to increase your CTR. You can make meta tag changes to increase CTR, but after that, you're at a dead end, until now. We invented a crowd-sourced searching platform where website owners can pay our pool of our clickers to search their keyword and visit their website, driving organic traffic which boosts your CTR.
We track all clicks through our browser extension. Each clicker earn a small pay per click, based on the country of their IP address. American clickers are paid the most, while Bangladesh clickers are paid the least. We simply connect webmasters with crowds of clickers through our system. Every month, we send out thousands of dollars to our pool of clickers. Each clicker earns based on how many searches they've made. We handle it all.
SerpClix can only be used on sites ranking in the top 30 results. Keywords that receive a low search count but are lucrative to rank for will have the most benefit. Keywords like "New York City injury lawyer" have a low search count but a very high commercial intent. Long tail keywords have seen great results.
Buyers subscribe to a credit plan that allows them to use a sum of credits each month. Each click uses a fixed amount of credits, based on the country the click comes from. For example, each US click may cost 10 credits, which may cost around $0.15-0.25 depending on what level of credit plan you choose. If a US visitor costed $0.15, then the clicker themselves may be paid $0.10 for each click they make. To see all the pricing plans and the list of available countries, please register an account and you'll be prompted with options.
While backlinks and content remain the dominant factor in SEO, over the past couples years Google has slowly been moving towards user feedback signals like engagement, retention and bounce rates. This signal is still relatively new, so there's plenty of time to take advantage of it. Google will continue to move away from external signals like backlinks and move more to user experience signals. This has already been done with YouTube (viewer retention, etc) and they've moved that same thought over to Google. Remember how YouTube videos used to be ranked based on thumbs up, view count and comments? Now it's all about user experience. If someone leaves the video instantly, it ranks lower. If they watch the full view, it ranks higher. The same things are being applied in the SERPs and SerpClix is here to help.
How many clicks you need depends on how many monthly searches your keyword gets, what position you are at and what position you are aiming for. First, you can get the CTR for each position by searching Google, or use the chart below for one from Moz.com. Calculate the percentage difference between the CTR of your current position on the first page of Google, and the target position on the first page of Google. For example, if you are 5th and you are looking to try to move to 2nd right now, that's 14% - 6% which is 8%. Bump this figure up just a bit to be safe, as our monthly search count will increase from the clicks that we send, so call it 10% in our example. Next, we simply multiply our percentage above with the monthly search count, and that's the approximate number of clicks that you need. For our example, lets use 1000 monthly searches, so 1000 * 10% = 100 clicks. So we need 100 clicks from SERPClix every month.
Users type in your keyword manually on Google in a natural way. Then they scroll down and navigate pages until they find your site. They click to visit, once on the site, they scroll up and down, some click to go in inner pages, some don't. None of them ever click the back button. After 30-60 seconds, they exit the tab.
SerpClix is the only option on the market that sends real clickers to your website. We now have a pool of over 3000 clickers who we pay individually every month for their time. There are no other systems that offer this amazing and complex crowd-sourced system.
SerpClix uses real clicks because automated clicks through proxies do not show results. Public proxies are always detectable by Google. On the other hand, private proxies do not have enough of a random IP address range. Additionally, PhantomJS and other popular headless browsers leave footprints that are very difficult to cover and as an experienced developer, I wouldn't trust anyone who thinks they beat Google. Additionally, in the Summer of 2014, our founder Josh confirmed proxied clicks did not work with a system he built, and a year later, began building SerpClix to send real clicks.
SerpClix offers a number of tiers including United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and Germany. We also have a worldwide tier that offers clicks arbitrarily from all countries.
Yes. Since our traffic is real people, our traffic appears in all traffic analytics.
Absolutely. Many people are searching for organic traffic bots or Google search bots, but the issue with that is, bots almost never work. This is not a bot, but rather a crowdsourced pool of clickers who we micro pay.
"I was one of the first people to try SerpClix. I used one of my client's sites here in the valley and I was able to move my client from #6 to #4 on Google.com with a small test order. The developer, Josh, is one of the few coders out there who know how to build marketing tools that are light years ahead of the current market. I really like the platform as it has a crowd sourcing twist."
"I'm extremely familiar with what Josh has going on with this on all levels from the very beginning. This is a nice project and Josh has a good handle on it and should be something that you may want to be following on both ends. If you have any issues, hit him up and he will resolve them as he is a squared away businessman even though he could use a hair cut."
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"Hey, I just wanted to let you know I had another keyword hit #2. This one was sitting at #9."
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"Josh runs a great service — multiple keywords jumped up multiple pages over my 2 months using SerpClix (so far). All of my orders were completed in the exact manner I had outlined. Highly recommended for those looking to grab an edge over competitors, as this strategy seems to be overlooked by many."
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Josh MacDonald is the founder of SerpClix. He has founded a number of SEO software and B2B software since getting into the industry in 2009. He uses his extensive experience from working with thousands of webmasters over the years to bring the best value to SerpClix buyers. A programmer himself, he and his team are regularly developing new features and fixes.
Like any other SEO process, SerpClix works better on some keywords, while others depend on a variety of factors including the competitiveness of the keyword, your on and off site SEO, and the other factors that Google takes into consideration when choosing where to put your site in it's search algo results. SERP CTR is only one factor and should be used in combination with other SEO efforts. SerpClix does involve an element of risk, just like buying backlinks and another other gray-hat SEO strategies.