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Organic traffic referrers to any visitors to a webpage/site from natural search engine searches. Any traffic that you didn't pay for (or do something for) is organic traffic.
if you are referring to google analytics, it refers to natural traffic via search results. As opposed to you referring someone directly to a link.
When people do a search in a search engine. And the search engine puts your page pretty high in the search results listing. And when people click on your listing in that results page to come to your site. That traffic that you got is "organic".
This is different from if you paid Google Adwords to put your link in a "sponsored listing" -- that is not organic.
The traffic generated to your website by the search engine result is defined as organic traffic.
by Glenn Stok5 weeks ago
I just noticed tonight that Amazon capsules only show up when logged in. That means that organic traffic sees nothing except the title of the capsules. This must have just started happening because I had several Amazon...
by Ru-an8 years ago
How long does it take to get traffic from the search engines? Ive done my SEO now and i have submitted my sites to several high ranking do follow bookmark sites, but im not seeing anything meaningful from the search...
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
On a different HP account, not this one, I experienced a major surge in organic traffic to one article, like a few thousand visits, for a few days. Then, the traffic dropped to essentially what it was before the surge,...
by Oyewole Folarin3 years ago
I noticed that after getting my hub published, i got 3-4 visitors from search engines. The second day i checked to see the hub ranking in google, it was far from my expectation. Do my newly published hubs have to wait...
by Daniel5 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on...
by Brandon Lobo20 months ago
This was always something I wanted to test out: Does traffic on the niche sites flow well? Do the articles there that do not get direct traffic via search or social media have any chance of receiving traffic?I finally...
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