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We crowd-source real people to search your Google keywords and click your organic listings. This increases your click-through rate (CTR) and improves your organic SEO rankings.

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How to Buy SEO Traffic from SerpClix

SerpClix makes it easy to buy real SEO traffic! Just follow these steps:

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Create a free account and get started with a free trial.

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Use our simple tool to create “click orders” for our real human clickers to complete.

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Sit back and relax! Our clickers will individually search for your keyword phrases, then find and click on your organic listing.

Does CTR Affect Rankings?

A few years ago 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 Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs).

These were real people, making real clicks. This was the first proof that click-through rate (CTR) was a factor that could heavily move the SERPs.

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Does CTR affect rankings?

What Does Google Say About CTR?

Google itself has stated the importance of CTR on multiple occasions.

Patent

“[…] user reactions to particular search results or search result lists may be gauged, so that results on which users often click will receive a higher ranking.”

Engineer

“[…] using click and visit data to rank results is a very reasonable and logical thing to do, and ignoring the data would have been silly. [...] It's pretty clear that any reasonable search engine would use click data on their own results to feed back into ranking to improve the quality of search results. Infrequently clicked results should drop toward the bottom because they're less relevant, and frequently clicked results bubble toward the top.”

Lawsuit

“In addition, click data (the website links on which a user actually clicks) is important for evaluating the quality of the search results page. As Google’s former chief of search quality Udi Manber testified:

The ranking itself is affected by the click data. If we discover that, for a particular query, hypothetically, 80 percent of people click on Result No. 2 and only 10 percent click on Result No. 1, after a while we figure out, well, probably Result 2 is the one people want. So we’ll switch it.

Testimony from Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt confirms that click data is important for many purposes, including, most importantly, providing “feedback” on whether Google’s search algorithms are offering its users high quality results.”

How Many Clicks Do I Need?

Calculate The Cost To Increase Rankings:

Monthly Searches For Target Keyword:
226
Current Ranking Position:
5
Target Ranking Position:
1
Estimated Clicks Required 77
Estimated Budget Required $22.33

These numbers are merely estimates based on average click-through rates for different positions on Google. They are provided for planning purposes only and assume that the SerpClix service is complemented with a normal on-site and off-site search engine optimization approach. There are no guarantees in SEO, and you certainly won't find any here.

SerpClix Case Studies

Case Study #1
We Sent 750 Organic Clicks To 7 URLs And Here’s What Happened

Nova Solutions, a top SEO Firm based in Toronto, Canada, published this case study in which it tested 7 keywords and 7 different URLs (from 7 different domains).

All 7 of the URLs we studied saw a positive net movement of at least one position within 13 days.
Case Study #1
Case Study #2
CTR is a Ranking Factor

Coreter Media, a leading UK-based SEO firm, published a case study using keywords already ranking in the top 5 (average position of 4.7) and which received 800 - 1,000 searches per month.

After only a few days of sending around 15-25 users a day I jumped from 4.7 to 2.7 and kept rising to 1.7 after about a week.
Case Study #2

Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately there are no guarantees in SEO, unless you happen to own Google. There are innumerable factors that can affect search engine rankings. And, realistically, most sites should focus their efforts on traditional SEO before even thinking about using non-traditional techniques like SerpClix.

That said, there is a lot of evidence that CTR manipulation can be effective

While backlinks and content remain the dominant factor in SEO, over the past few years Google seems to have been moving towards user feedback signals like engagement, retention and bounce rates.

We believe Google will continue to move away from external signals like backlinks and move more towards user experience signals. This seems to have already been done with 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. We believe the same factors are being applied in the SERPs (search engine results pages).

All SEO efforts can involve an element of risk. Some techniques are certainly more risky than others. SerpClix employs real human clickers, so we think our service is far less risky than trying to use automated or robotic click methods. But, like all SEO strategies, there is an element of risk because Google’s algorithm is unknown and subject to change at any time. That said, it’s unlikely that using SerpClix would result in any kind of penalty, otherwise it would be easy to penalize competitors’ websites.

We are the world’s first and only crowd-sourced searching platform where website owners and marketers can pay our pool of tens of thousands of clickers to search their keyword and visit their website, driving organic traffic and boosting your SERP click-through rate.

Our clickers install a browser extension which allows us to track their behavior and verify that they are completing your click orders.

Users search for your keyword phrase on Google, as any natural searcher would. Then they scroll down and navigate the search results pages until they find your site. They will click on your URL to visit your site. Once on your site, they will scroll up and down and remain on the page for approximately 60 seconds. If you want you can specify a second internal page for them to visit on your site. At no point will they ever click the back button. When they are finished they will exit the tab, without returning to Google.

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 organic search results. These were real people, making real clicks. This was the first real indication that click through rate (CTR) was a factor that could heavily move organic results in the SERPs.

Here are some other published articles to consider:

There are a number of things you can do on your own to improve your organic CTR. Optimizing your Title and meta tags. Optimizing your on-page content to increase engagement. Optimizing your site structure, to ensure each page is highly matched to target specific (and, ideally, long-tail) keywords. And, of course, a million other things you can do from an SEO-perspective that are beyond the scope of these FAQs.

Because you’ll be throwing your money away at best, and possibly hurting your rankings in the process.

SerpClix uses only real human clickers because automated or robotic clicks do not work, period.

Have you ever seen one of those “I’m not a robot” checkboxes? They are using a technology called reCAPTCHA and do you know who owns that technology? Google does! (see their video here).

Google is the leading authority in the world at detecting fake bot traffic - in fact, their entire business model depends on doing so.

If you use a cheap alternative to SerpClix to buy fake bot traffic you will certainly not fool Google and you may even trigger a penalty against your site in the process.

Yes, you can create as many orders as you want using the credits that you purchase. You can create orders for as many different URLs as you want, and you can target as many keyword phrases as you want on each order.

Google Analytics and other analytics programs count a bounce as any single-page session. If our clickers visit your site, stay on one page only, and then leave, that is counted as a bounce.

The good news is you can add a second URL to your order (at no extra cost). Our clickers will visit the second URL after the timer finishes for the first URL, and Google Analytics will no longer consider this visit as a bounce.

That said, it's important to know that bounce rate is *not* an SEO ranking factor. See this article for more. (Summary of the article: Google Search does not use Google Analytics data, and does not even know if a bounce has occurred. Your site's bounce rate has no impact on your SEO rankings.)

"Engagement", however, is a factor. If our clicker clicked on your result, then immediately clicked Back to the SERPs, this would not help, as Google Search would register this as low-engagement. But that is not what happens. Instead, the clicker stays on your site for a period of at least 1-2 minutes. Then when the time is complete, the browser tab automatically closes - the clicker NEVER clicks the 'BACK' button. THEN, they are required to wait another 30-60 seconds before beginning their next click order, which is done in a new browser tab. Google Search may register that the same visitor has returned, but the visitor will be using a new tab and at least 90-120 seconds will have elapsed since the last search. Thus, your click through rate has been increased, and the engagement signal remains strong, despite what Google Analytics may be showing.

SerpClix has tens of thousands of clickers located in every country of the world and you have the option to limit your click orders to only real human clickers who are physically located in your country.

We do not allow our clickers to use proxies or VPNs, so when you order clicks from a specific country you know that the clicks really are from real clickers who are actually located in that country.

We also support every language, including:

  • Español
  • Deutsch
  • 中文
  • 普通话, 汉语
  • हिन्दी
  • لعربية
  • বাংলা
  • Русский язык
  • 日本語
  • עברית

And many more!

Yes, we employ a number of proprietary methods to ensure that all of our clickers are real humans with real, high-quality IP addresses - no robots, VPNs or proxies are ever allowed. Many people are searching for organic traffic bots or Google search bots, but not only does this not work, it can backfire and cause harm. SerpClix is not a bot, but a crowdsourced pool of real human clickers who we micro pay.

Yes. Since our traffic is all real people, our traffic appears in all analytics software. You will be able to verify that your orders are being filled, and see each and every visitor.

Our memberships are automatically renewed each month, and can be cancelled at any time directly in your account. Each membership level includes a certain number of credits which you use to create click orders. Orders in our All Country tier cost 9 credits per click and orders in any individual country tier cost 17 credits per click.

At any point in time you can purchase more credits or upgrade or downgrade your membership or cancel your membership, all directly through your SerpClix account.

The free trial is good for 14 days and includes 500 credits. We do require payment information in advance as this helps us to prevent fraud and allows us to provide you an uninterrupted experience if you decide to continue after the free trial. However if you cancel at any point during the trial period you will not be billed anything.

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