At the WebmasterWorld forum, SEO specialists began to discuss potential changes in the way Google's page ranking algorithms work.
Webmasters have noticed anomalous fluctuations in indicators in popular tools for tracking traffic and associate this with the next global update of the search engine results.
Website owners and administrators complain that they lost up to 30% of their traffic overnight. Many people note unexpected massive shifts in the number of website visitors in the negative direction. Screenshots from popular SERP systems show how the curve showing the number of clicks per resource fluctuates too much.
Similar unconfirmed changes to algorithms have occurred before. On February 8, site indicators began to change dramatically, and on the 11th, Google talked about the innovations in the ranking system. Some SEO experts hope that the current mini-cataclysm is a correction of previously made mistakes because the algorithm update on the 8th significantly spoiled the statistics for many webmasters.
Perhaps the next drop in the number of visitors should be taken as a test launch of a new ranking system or as an addition to the previous update. Google has not yet commented on the situation.
Now, you could wait for the algorithms to change or get to understand how to drive traffic to your site?
How is Traffic Measured?
When someone visits the site, information about the new visitor immediately appears on it.
To track indicators, you need to use specialized third-party software.
For example, Yandex. You can connect a Yandex counter to your site and get up-to-date information about visitors, not only the number of visits but other important data as well. Among them:
How Long Users Stay on the Site:
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