Clicks from search engines? Why are there so few?
why are there few, if any search engine sources for the page clicks? I've written a few articles for Suite 101 and almost all the views there are form search engines
Search engines have very complex algorithms; on top of that, they are very subjective. In order to get a click from a search engine, someone has to search for your topic. It helps to know what's trending at the moment when it comes to getting the most out of search engines.
I was referring to the Search Engine Clicks on Hubpages,, there are almost none, whereas other sites (Suite 101 mentioned earlier) have numerous search engine clicks on my articles,, ,, why the difference?
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