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Real SEO.

SerpClix is the crowd-sourced solution to improve your organic SEO rankings by sending real human visitors (no robots!) to your search engine results pages (SERPs), increasing your organic click-through rate (CTR) and boosting your rankings.

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Create “Click Orders” for our human clickers to complete

Each Order your create contains a Keyword Phrase and a URL. Our human clickers will:
 - Search for your Keyword Phrase on Google
 - Find the listing for your URL
 - Click on that listing and go to your URL

This increases the click-through rate (CTR) for your listing, which Google considers to be a positive ranking signal.

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).

CTR affect rankings

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. Since then there have been many additional reports on SERP CTR:

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SerpClix vs. competition

SerpClix
Competition
Buy SEO traffic
IPs verified and scored by IP intelligence firm MaxMind
No bots, proxies or VPNs allowed
Traffic appears in Google Analytics
Ability to restrict clickers by country
All country-specific versions of Google Search supported
Over 130 languages supported
Real third-party case studies
Over 20,000 real human clickers worldwide
Hundreds of SEO and digital agency customers
Monthly billing, no contracts
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What Google says

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

In a Google 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.”

Source: patents.google.com/patent/US8938463

From a Google 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.”

Source: www.quora.com/Did-Bing-intentionally-copy-Googles-search-results

In a Google 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.”

Source: graphics.wsj.com/google-ftc-report/img/ftc-ocr-watermark.pdf

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How many clicks do I need?

Calculate The Cost To Increase Rankings:

Monthly Searches For Target Keyword:

Current Ranking Position:

Target Ranking Position:

Estimated Clicks Required:

Estimated Budget Required:

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 #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."

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Frequently Asked Questions

If anyone offers you a guarantee in the search engine optimization business, run away as fast as possible. There are no guarantees in SEO, unless you happen to own Google (in which case: Hi Sergey and/or Larry! Thanks for stopping by!).
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.

While backlinks and content remain the dominant factor in SEO, over the past couple of 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. 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. We think the same things are being applied in the SERPs (search engine results pages).

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:
Search Engine Journal: Google’s Top Search Ranking Factors of 2016, According to Searchmetrics Study
WordStream: Why You NEED to Raise Organic CTR’s (And How to Do It)
Moz: The Impact of Queries, Long and Short Clicks, and Click Through Rate on Google's Rankings — Whiteboard Friday

There are a number of things you can do on your own. 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 well beyond the scope of these FAQs.

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

Our clickers install a browser extension which allows us to track their behavior. They enter your keyword phrase in Google, as any natural searcher would, then scroll down and navigate the search results until they find and click on your URL. They stay on your website for a specified period of time (at least 30 seconds) before the browser tab is automatically exited. At no point do they click the Back button on the browser.

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.

SerpClix can only be used on sites ranking in the top 100 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.

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.
expected SERP CTR chart for first page of Google

Users search for your keyword phrase on Google. 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.

Our competitors use bots and automated programs to simulate clicks. SerpClix is the only option on the market that sends real human visitors to your website. We have a pool of tens of thousands of clickers who we pay individually to complete your click orders. There is no other service that offers this amazing and complex crowd-sourced system.

SerpClix uses real human clickers because automated clicks through proxies do not show results. Public proxies are always detectable by Google. 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.

SerpClix offers a number of tiers including United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, France, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore and Spain. We are adding new countries to our list every day, so please check with us if your country is not on this list. We also have a worldwide tier that offers lower-cost clicks from clickers all over the world.

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.

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.

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