How many hits and or users to your website are required to show up on page 1 or 2 in Google.
I have been working hard on my website seo. I have articles on HubPages, EzineArticles, Tumlr, my website and I am on Facebook, Flickr and linked in. What else can I do to improve results.
Well since traffic patterns are theorized to be a very small portion of the Google algorithm maybe 1% of the total(if that), I would say you should do some link building and onsite seo to build rankings and focus less on syndication of articles to directories. Syndication of articles to directories that do not give you a followed link back to your site are creating more competition and making it harder for those same articles to rank on your site.
It's not about hits or users. It's about content and links.
And, it depends on what keyword/keyphrase the searcher enters into the search box on Google that determines where you will be shown in the Google search results to that searcher.
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