Bloggers are trained to create optimized content that will rank them on Google organic search.
In particular, they need to rank on any of the top three positions for their target keyword.
The most recent study at AWR Cloud reveals that the click-through rates for the first three positions in search engine result pages are 29.3%, 14.39%, and 9.79%.
If your site ranks on any of the three positions for your keyword, then attracting visitors to your blog from SERPs shouldn’t be much of a problem!
The question now is this:
If you’re not in the top three, does it mean that there’s no hope for your blog?
Well, not really. In fact, you can still generate lots of clicks to your site even if it doesn’t rank on the first page of search results!
In this post, I will teach you how to make the most out of your Google search click-through rate.
1. Click-worthy titles
Regardless of your position, you have the power to increase your CTR by 20%
The secret lies in your titles.
Write them in a way…
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