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Click Through Rate

Aug 16, 2016
Click-through rate (CTR) is an incredibly important concept in search engine marketing. The simplest definition is that click-through rate is the percentage of people who click on your ad after seeing your ad.
Feb 6, 2019
Here is how to improve the site's Organic CTR?

1. Track the current state of your click-through rate.
2. Focus on improving page titles.
3. Test page titles in order to pick the most effective.
4. Improve URL structure to make it descriptive.
5. Pay attention to your meta descriptions.
6. Make use of rich snippets and structured data.
CTR (click through rate) is very important metric in Search Engine Optimization. Click through rate is a percentage of people clicking on your ad after seeing your ad. When a visitor come your site and stay there and complete the session time on your website, then your website CTR automatically increasing. If your website CTR is 50% then it is good for your website. If your website CTR is good then your website can easily rank on search engine result page (SEPR).
CTR is very important for website growth and we should never let our website to have more bounce rate. CTR is a ratio of total num of clicks received after people seeing your ads. Always have quality content on your site so that visitor spend more time on your site so that your CTR will increase
Average Clickthrough Rate (CTR) Clickthrough rate exposes how often people who inspect your ad end up actually snapping it. CTR can be used to help you manage the quality of your imagery, positioning, and keywords. Across all industries, the average CTR for a search ad is 1.91% and 0.35% for a display ad.