SerpClix Case Studies

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.

 

Following are published case studies from companies who have used SerpClix to boost their rankings.

 


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).

 

 

 

 

What was the bottom line?

 

"All 7 of the URLs we studied saw a positive net movement of at least one position within 13 days."

 

Read the full case study on the Nova Solutions website >>>

 


Case Study #2: "CTR is a ranking factor"

 

 

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

 

 

 

What was the bottom line?

 

"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."

 

Read the full case study on the Coreter Media website >>>

 


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It's easy to get started using SerpClix. Our offering is entirely self-service, and simple to use. Click orders are easy to create, and include a simple calculator to help you determine how many clicks to order based on your keyword and current ranking.

 

Our memberships are always month-to-month: no long-term contracts are required.

 

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"I love this service and have seen my SERPs improve month over month with exponential organic search traffic growth. It's definitely a tool you want in your toolbox if you're climbing the Google ladder."

Sarah W., Website Owner
Atlanta, Georgia

"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...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...this on all levels from the very beginning. This is a nice project and...should be something that you may want to be following on both ends."

"I just wanted to say this is a bad-ass service you got here. All my rankings jumped after one day."

Richard G., Marketer
Phoenix, Arizona

"Hey, I just wanted to let you know I had another keyword hit #2. This one was sitting at #9."

Peter N., Marketer
Sydney, Australia

"I've been using SerpClix for 20-30 days so far. I have seen different sites being pushed from 4th page to 1st page on their keywords. This thing works. This is not a promotion, I have nothing in common with SerpClix."

Nenad J., Marketer
Belgrade, Serbia

"I jumped from 6 to 3 on a 27k exact term."

"...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."

Please note: there are no guarantees in search engine optimization, ever. 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. 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. For more information please see our Buyer FAQs.

 

 

updated: 05 Oct. 2018