My views were down a little more than I expected as we were heading into the weekend so a quick look at my stats showed that a couple of my high performers had less than usual views.. So i quickly checked their positions for their main keywords and sure enough they had dropped from the top 2 positions on page 1 in Google to appearing towards the bottom of page 2... oh crap..
However 4 hours later they are back were they were and traffic is resuming as normal..
Has anyone else noticed their SERPS positions changing so much in a short space of time?
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