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1what is CTR in SEO ? Empty what is CTR in SEO ? on Sat Aug 03, 2013 12:33 pm


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hello friends i want to know about CTR please tell me friends


2what is CTR in SEO ? Empty Re: what is CTR in SEO ? on Wed Sep 25, 2013 6:51 pm

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A click through rate, abbreviated as CTR, is a measurement of how many times a link that is involved in paid inclusion is actually clicked on when it appears on a search engine results page. The click through rate is measured by dividing the number of times a link appears on a search engine results page by the number of times it is actually clicked on by a visitor. For example, if a link appears one hundred times, or has what is called one hundred impressions, and it is clicked on twenty times, the click through rate of that particular link is twenty percent. The higher a CTR is for a website means the more people that are seeing the web page, and more conversions that could possibly happen, depending on how well the web page convinces people to partake in the chosen action for that particular landing page. Click through rate can also be talking about banner ads as well as links on search engine result pages.

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