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If you own website: Just go to Google webmaster >> Search Analytics >> Mark on position, Clicks and impression, and you will get all the data in your hand. To test on other website: If you want to test on other website, then first of, there is no any software, that track all the keywords/quires on particular webpage, yes tools like semrush, wordtracker ...


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Is there a way to guess the keyword traffic for a specific URL using just search engines and page source? No, a search engine needs you to tell it the search terms and it gives you content as results - but I believe you want to be told what keywords/search terms (that you have been unable to guess yourself) generate traffic to this URL. You need a ...


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Currently, there are several competing websites that give you traffic estimation. Let me add to the answer from Simon Hayter: Alexa (already mentioned) - Stack Overflow (NEW) Rank2Traffic (based on Alexa) - Stack Overflow Compete Pro (already mentioned) - Stack Overflow Quantcast (already mentioned, and the data is confirmed!) Stack Overflow (NEW) Similar ...


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My initial thought was that they multiply an Alexa value by some constant but I have no idea how accurate that would be. Does anyone have any idea how they do it? Well, the idea itself is correct. However, it is not as easy as it seems. Here you may find a much better formula: http://netberry.co.uk/alexa-rank-explained.htm And this service has ...


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It is fully normal, that traffic drops after such basic change of URL structure. Google needs time to get the new structure, to re-index pages, to understand, whether the content changed and so on. I would say, the drop time is from 1 up to 5-6 weeks long. But you can speed up the re-indexing with new sitemap and new content, which is backlinked externally. ...



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