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Re: SEO: How Important Is It to Make the First Page?
Posted by: Peter Suciu 2019-04-12 08:21:51
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In a recent E-Commerce Times poll, only 4.32 percent of respondents said there was always enough information on the first page of search results to meet their needs. By comparison, 14.05 percent said they found the first-page search results were rigged and limited by algorithmic highlights. More than one quarter, 25.41 percent, said even if the first page provided enough information, they still wanted to see what else might be available. Twenty percent said they usually found enough on the first page but sometimes wanted to see more.


Re: SEO: How Important Is It to Make the First Page?
Posted by: Aravindh 2020-06-13 09:12:00 In reply to: Peter Suciu
Yes. Usually all the relevant information will be available in first page itself. Maximum people won't go to the second page now a days. I am a Android developer for 'Five Lemon', I used to search for coding basically. I won't go beyond 3 pages in the search results.

Re: SEO: How Important Is It to Make the First Page?
Posted by: ravikumar11 2020-02-04 04:37:11 In reply to: Peter Suciu
DuckDuckGo might be a threat to the giant Google search engine because of the way DuckDuckgo growing. Currently, it's proceeding 55,477,198 queries in a day. Yes, it's nothing in front of Google search engine. But, it will be not far when Google will have to think about the competitor. We all should start looking for optimizing for DuckDuckGo too.

Re: SEO: How Important Is It to Make the First Page?
Posted by: ChathuUB 2019-06-04 04:16:27 In reply to: Peter Suciu
90% people come ony for the first page..

Re: SEO: How Important Is It to Make the First Page?
Posted by: tomshark 2019-04-17 08:59:46 In reply to: Peter Suciu
This is an article with truth but not the whole truth. What's missing is hope and opportunity.

Most people already know it costs time and money to rank well in Google. What they don't know is how to go about it so as to generate revenue and enough to keep it going.

Yes SEO is a highly profitable channel to pursue, don't discard it.
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