I have a two part article and noticed that part 2 has more views than part 1. I have a link to part 1 at the top of part 2. Curious why more people would be reading part 2 without part 1. Any ideas??
Presumably part 2 is more visible in searches or the keywords are searched for more often or readers with short attention spans are too lazy to go to the trouble of reading part 1. I have a troubleshooting hub that I split into two parts. Part 1 is basic trouble shooting and part 2 is more advanced. I refer readers to part 1 in part 2 but part 1 never gets as many readers, so they're obviously not bothering to check it out.
That's probably better than the other way around. If you had a lot more views on Part One it may mean readers weren't engaged enough to go on to read Part Two. I know it is a little weird and maybe eugbug is right with his explanation.
Thanks guys. It just seems strange. I am going to keep this in mind in the future though and maybe try to avoid two-parters.
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