What is generally (some kind of average) difference between the number of website hits and its ranking in search results?
Let us consider the hypothetical query "example". Now, If a website that is the first choice by the web search (google like) getting N users per day.
How much is expected for the second choice? Third? Fourth?
- N/y? ...
Maybe slightly better formulation of the question:
What is the function between rank in web search (for one query) and actually outcome in visits for the ranked websites?
daily_visits = f(rank_in_search)
I know there is a lot of other variables, but for sure there should be at least some estimation (or multiple estimations for the common cases). To narrow it down:
- expect a query with the usage of hundreds or thousands per day
- the query is something quite standard in most of the world (at least world with highspeed Internet and houses).
- the search engine is Google (or google like)
Also, feel free to add other inputs in the function I am searching for if you can answer with a complex model.