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dont use this information in Google Webmaster Tools. It isn't going to give you accurate numbers. Just use it as an indication of what Google finds you relevant for. To answer your question, think of this as resource management. They aren't going to report the long tail of keywords that they measure at 1 impression.


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This data comes from Google Webmaster Tools. I see the same problem when I view the data through Google Analytics: Nothing is reported having fewer than five impressions. When I look at the data in Google Webmaster Tools directly, I do see items with fewer than five impressions or clicks: When I look at the "same" data in Google Analytics, I see that ...


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Impression rate of your website only increases or decreases based upon your click through rate. Publishing a new article, url makes Google to give impressions on that newly created article/URL. only your website's overall impression rate will increase when you submit a new article/URL. Impression rate of each page will be carried by Google based on your ...


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Click through rate is not a constant but depends on: The ranking -- The result in the first position may have a 25% CTR, second a 10% CTR, down to tenth with a 1% CTR How the listing looks -- Does the result match the query well? Are the keywords bold? Is there a call to action? You don't say what Google Webmaster Tools reports as your average position, ...


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You actually have good click through rates (CTR)! Impressions can be more than one per page and people often confuse these numbers when looking at them. I look at Queries vs. Clicks. If your ratio is something like 1:1 (1 to 1) or approaching it, then you are doing rather well. A click through rate of 1% can be considered good by some. More than that, then ...


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I would no bet on that! Traffic for all sites drop during certain times especially over the Christmas and New Year holidays. For example, my site traffic drops over the week end and for most major holidays. Because this time of year is shared by people of three major faiths throughout the world, I would say you are just like the rest of us. But I would try ...


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Yes. But I doubt you'll notice a rapid decline for that. Don't forget that these days a lot of people take some free days, maybe go on vacation during New Years Eve, etc. I suggest you wait a week or two. Fresh content helps a lot, or updating old content with new information. This is because your site has new content, thus could be more appealing for ...



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