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    What is direct traffic in Google Analytics? Is it good for SEO?

    What is direct traffic in Google Analytics? Why is it so high? Is it good for SEO?
  • #26338
    if someone types or pastes in your URL to visit your site directly or clicks a bookmark, that visit will be categorized as direct. Direct landing traffic on the homepage is probably real direct traffic because that's what users are most likely to type in the browser.

  • #26845
    Direct traffic in Google Analytics refers to website visits where the traffic source is unknown or the referral source is not properly tracked. It mostly refers to website visitors who land on your website after typing in your URL directly into their browser.

  • #26866
    Direct traffic is key to your ranking. The SEMrush report states that even after adding five new ranking factors to their report, direct website traffic is still the most influential. That is, when many users go to a website directly, it signals to Google that the domain has high authority and value

  • #27130
    Direct site visitors in Google Analytics refers to traffic who attain your internet site by way of typing the URL without delay into their browser or by using getting access to it thru a bookmark. It can additionally encompass visitors from untraceable sources or customers who have disabled tracking. Direct site visitors is no longer at once influenced with the aid of search engine marketing efforts given that it does not come from search engine results. While it is now not inherently awful for SEO, it is necessary to center of attention on natural and referral visitors for a extra complete search engine marketing strategy. Increasing direct visitors can point out sturdy company attention and person loyalty, however it would not always make contributions to search engine rating improvements.

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