SerpClix can boost your SEO efforts by increasing the click-through rate (CTR) of your organic SERP listings. But, of course, SEO is often more art than science. Check out some of the articles below to read more about the art and science of buying clicks to boost your organic SEO traffic.
December, 01 2020
As the internet continues to expand, search engines become more and more essential. Most times, the best and only way to find the answer to a question bothering your mind is to google it. As long as it exists on the internet, you can discover the answer to it in less than a minute. We live in a world where “to google” has made its way into the lingua of the populace and even the dictionary. This has turned the internet into a very competitive space in terms of marketing. With average individuals spending most of the hours in a day on the internet, entrepreneurs and website owners need to device means to ensure that their websites are a part of the few that feature on the first of internet users Search engine results page (SERPs).
November, 25 2020
If you own a website, you most definitely think about traffic a lot. Whenever you release new content, you constantly refresh the page to check the number of people who have viewed and appreciated your amazing content. Traffic is vital to a website owner as it gives you a higher chance at search results visibility. Over 90% of web pages end up in the pile of invisible content buried deep beneath google search engine results. Therefore, if you lack consistent traffic, you won’t have any leads. Without leads, you won’t gain new customers or subscribers on your website. The implication is that your website ends up among that pile of invisible content.
October, 25 2020
93% of search engine users never check the results on the second page or anything beyond. They form their impression based on the ten search results on the first page. What if your brand search produces a negative review on the first page. Too many brands make the mistake of ignoring the importance of online reputation at their own detriment. By the time they realize their mistake, it’s already too long.
October, 14 2020
Our focus has always been on Google Search.Our clickers — who are all real humans with real IP addresses — search for your keyword on Google, find your organic listing, and then click on it. This will increase the click-through-rate (CTR) of your organic listing, …
December, 01 2019
First, a disclaimer: NOBODY knows exactly how Google’s ranking algorithm works. We know that there are many ways to improve your organic SEO rankings, and many factors that can affect rankings - and the algorithm takes into account numerous factors. But we don’t know exactly …
October, 01 2019
SerpClix is the first and only crowd-sourced solution to improve your organic SEO rankings by sending real human visitors to your search engine results pages (SERPs), thus increasing your organic click-through rate (CTR) for those results and boosting your rankings.Click-through rate (CTR) has become an important …
September, 29 2019
UPDATE: SerpClix now supports ALL countries and ALL languages!SerpClix has clickers in every country of the world!Furthermore, when you create a click order you have the option to limit that order to only real human clickers who are actually, physically located in the country you …
September, 17 2019
One of the features we've had a lot of requests for is the ability to specify a second, internal page that our clickers will visit on your website after their initial click on your organic Google listing.You asked, and we heard you - this feature …
September, 08 2019
SerpClix is the first and only crowd-sourced solution to improve your organic SEO rankings by sending real click traffic from human visitors to your search engine results pages (SERPs), thus increasing your organic click-through rate (CTR) for those results and boosting your rankings.Following are published case …
February, 09 2019
Lately we have noticed more and more of our members using SerpClix for Google Autocomplete manipulation. This makes perfect sense because, as Google themselves point out, autocomplete predictions are based in part on how often others have searched for a particular term.