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There are a number of possibilities. First thing you should do is compare your Google Analytics with any algorithm updates. If there has been an update around the same time your traffic tanked, then that is likely the problem. I would also check webmaster tools for any messages and manual penalties. This will entail a lot of work cleaning up your inbound ...


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Directly? No. Indirectly? Maybe. The more traffic that you have, the more likely it is that people will share your content. For example, if an article on your website goes "viral", then there's the possibility that links to said article will be: Shared on some of the various social networks (leading to even more traffic). Shared by bloggers. Posted on ...


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The traffic doesn't have effect on SERPs ranking. Otherwise, there would be so many SEO professional who would pay many people to click on their sites. Actually, as you most probably know, the contrary is true: more your site ranks well on SERPs, more visitors you have.


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There are several possible ways that Google could get information about your website: Google Analytics: I know you already mentioned this, but I wanted to point out that Google has said they won't use Google Analytics data for ranking purposes. Google AdSense, Google TagManager, or DFP: These are all 3rd party JavaScript on many web pages that could send ...


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No. Not really. Google can use Adsense data for some things and of course if you use Google Analytics you have given them some valuable information. But if you think this bleeds over to search performance, it doesn't. If you do not use Adsense of Analytics then the only data Google has is search performance and click through rate (CTR) which does effect ...



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