Jul 30, 2022
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The chart above shows Ahrefs’ Average Organic Traffic, which is a stable metric that measures search visibility. It approximates traffic based on rankings and expected CTR for all the keywords a page ranks for. I wanted a stable metric because things like clicks or impressions could be impacted by seasonality or user behaviors. The metrics for clicks and impressions from Google Search Console mostly followed the same trends, but not in all cases. The test covered three different pages in total, so let’s look at each example. Example 1. Page: Top YouTube Searches (2021) Dividing the workload like this whatsapp number list allows both the vendor and the affiliate to focus on their strengths. The improvements are similar on desktop and mobile. Most of the focus in 2021 was on mobile results. Graph showing organic traffic trend and markings of when article was disavowed and then removed from disavow file I expected that we would lose rankings for some of the more popular searches and end up losing some traffic because of how competitive this topic is. That ended up being accurate. This page lost about 18% of its search traffic in the first month. But I didn’t expect it to be another 4% down after we removed the disavow file. We’ve recovered over half of the loss since then, but the search traffic is still down overall. Let’s look at why. Here are some of the terms that influenced our traffic estimates the most and their ranking positions during the test. List of terms and corresponding ranking changes on Aug 17, Sept 14, and Oct 12 For “youtube searches,” a YouTube page and a Google Trends page pushed our page down in the results during the test. We are back to #1 and have recovered the traffic for this term. For “what is the most searched thing on youtube” and “most searched thing on youtube,” a competitor took the featured snippet from us and still holds it.