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    What is Pogo-Sticking?

    What is Pogo-Sticking?

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo sticking occurs when a user performs a search, clicks on a result, very quickly clicks back to the search result page, and clicks on a different result.
    This means that when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it’s not what he/she is looking for, immediately leaves by hitting the back button.
    Google doesn’t like pogo-sticking at all. The reason why is very obvious: when users repeatedly visit your page, but don’t stick around to read what you’ve written, it becomes apparent that the page doesn’t really satisfy the users.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking refers only to the latter cause of high bounce rates. Depending on the nature of your website, a high bounce rate may be a sign of success but pogo-sticking is never a good thing.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it's not what he/she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    In simple words, Pogo Sticking means that when a website ranks highly but fails to satisfy the needs of people using that search term.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going returning and forth from a look for engine look for engines (SERP) to an individual google listing destination site. In other words, pogo-sticking is when the browser clicks of the mouse a link on a SERP, recognizes that it's not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the rear again button.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going back and forth from a search engine results page (SERP) to an individual search result destination site. In other words, pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button.N

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-Sticking is what happens when a user performs a search query, finds a site and clicks on it, then realizes it’s not what they want so they click back to the search results.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going back and forth from a search engine results page (SERP) to an individual search result destination site. In other words, pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-staying is characterized as backpedaling and forward from a web index comes about page (SERP) to an individual query item goal website. As such, pogo-staying is the point at which the searcher taps on a connection on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is searching for, and quickly bobs off by hitting the back catch.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-staying is characterized as backpedaling and forward from a web search tool comes about page (SERP) to an individual query output goal webpage. As it were, pogo-staying is the point at which the searcher taps on a connection on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is searching for, and quickly skips off by hitting the back catch.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going back and forth from a search engine results page (SERP) to an individual search result destination site. In other words, pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it’s not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button. She then chooses another result from the results page to satisfy her informational need. This event is also closesly measured in Google Analytics under the term “bounce rate.”

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo sticking alludes just to the last reason for high ricochet rates. Contingent upon the idea of your site, a high skip rate might be an indication of accomplishment yet pogo-staying is never something worth being thankful for.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going back and forth from a search engine results page to an individual search result destination site.

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    Re: What is Pogo-Sticking?

    Pogo-sticking is defined as going advocate and forth beginning at a portal occurs surface(SERP) to a private go through occur station website online.In other words, pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button.

 

 
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