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From docs: The number of times pages from your site were viewed in search results, and the percentage increase/decrease in the daily average impressions compared to the previous period. (The number of days per period defaults to 30, but you can change it at any time.) Can you point out exactly where Buyselladds is mentioning impressions in their case? ...


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If you look on Google trends, you will see that your new keywords receive a lot less interest than your old keywords: This is probably because, in general, users are lazy and don't like to get too specific in their search queries unless they have a real need to. Also, different users get more specific in different ways, so while one user might search for ...


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You have no revenue because you have zero clicks. Like many ad networks, Chitika pays only for valid clicks. They don't pay per impression. To get revenue, a user that sees the ad has to click on it.


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Yes, moving the URLs of long time highly ranked pages will cause a drop, even if you don't factor in the loss of the links the URLs that were ranking no longer exist (and therefore get dropped from the index) and it takes time for Google to find the new pages and rank them. When you add in a big loss of links to those pages the drop becomes more dramatic. ...


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This is the total number of Impressions and Clicks currently being displayed for the Query terms in the table below your image, based on the selected date range, and with Web selected under Filters.


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Impressions: The number of times pages from your site were viewed in search results, and the percentage increase/decrease in the daily average impressions compared to the previous period. (The number of days per period defaults to 30, but you can change it at any time.) (source) In advertising it has a similar but different meaning. ...


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If by impressions you mean how many times a site is listed in google, then all you need to do is search google for site:sitename.com. Above the search results, google will tell you how many pages it has indexed and that it can theoretically put in it's search results for that site. That can give you a very rough idea of how many serps that website shows up ...


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Joe, if you only can detect a drop in impressions in hits originating from Google and no decrease in hits from other sources, then you can safely assume there is no problem with your site. I'm sure you know that the Google algorithm changes frequently, and that sites are crawled and re indexed re ranked frequently. One thing that you can do that will ...


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Stephen Ostermiller is correct. But I would like to add this for your understanding. Clicks on ads depend highly upon the relevance of the ad to the interest of the user. This is a difficult thing to do and has little to do with your site at times but rather the ad network. I do not know Chitika, but it is their job for their advertisers to deliver ads that ...


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If you're looking for complete Apache referer_log analysis, you will have to use your tools rather than what Google provides you. I think they are trying to provide you a distilled version of referrals which will provide a good but incomplete picture. The answer to your question is in a blog post from Google: The relevant passage is: we're showing a ...


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Google Analytics has a cost data upload feature that is designed so that you can have cost and impression data for your campaigns in Google Analytics. The input must be in a properly formatted CSV file with at least the following columns (there are also optional columns listed): ga:source (matching the campaign source (utm_source)) ga:medium (matching the ...


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Google algorithm could be the reason for sudden drop in Google Search visitors. Check all your backlinks and website's content quality. If you are getting backlinks from bad websites using link forming methods and if you are using duplicate content in your website then it may be the reasons. Read this article for more useful information: ...


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This thread on WebmasterWorld keeps track of day to day changes in the Google SERPs. There are several reports of a "Panda algorithm data refresh" around that time, especially around sites targeting the UK. It seems very unfortunate that you would be hit by Panda a month after making changes to try to make your site higher quality. It is unclear how much ...


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It is because of the so called "filter bubble". Even though for query "x" there might be 1000 searches, it is possible that it only ranks as number 1 for a specific group of people, that are known to be interested in subject x (as deemed by search history). So for lets say 50% of those searches your website could come up as number 1, but for the other 50% ...



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