Whats a good click through rate?

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Hello Warriors,

I've been diligently writing and submitting my articles now for some time and can now see a consistant click through rate of around 25% sometimes higher.

Does this compare with the norm?

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Kendall McGuire
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  • Profile picture of the author Hamida Harland
    That's pretty good - I think most marketers aim for an average of 20-30%, sometimes you'll get alot higher but it depends on the niche. I have one niche where I can get 50%+ CTR every time and I have another that I can just about scrape 20% CTR (and that's after testing alot of different types of resource boxes).
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    • Profile picture of the author Robert Lea
      Can someone please help me.I have checked the whole site and can not find out how to create a new Thread. Will someone please tell me how to do it.

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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
        Originally Posted by Kendall McGuire View Post

        Hello Warriors,

        I've been diligently writing and submitting my articles now for some time and can now see a consistant click through rate of around 25% sometimes higher.

        Does this compare with the norm?

        By the way this forum RULES

        Many Thanks
        Kendall McGuire
        Hi Kendall,

        To be honest, across the board, it's better than I get. However, that's averaging in the articles I wrote before I had a clue on how to write a resource box.

        The best click through rate?...One that keeps going up!

        Originally Posted by Robert Lea View Post

        Can someone please help me.I have checked the whole site and can not find out how to create a new Thread. Will someone please tell me how to do it.

        Thank you
        Hi Robert,

        When you go to...

        Main Internet Marketing Discussion Forum

        Near the top-left of the page you will see a big black button that says "New Post". It is at the top of the stickies section. That shoud do the trick for you.

        All the best,
        Michael
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        • Profile picture of the author Kendall McGuire
          Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

          Hi Kendall,

          To be honest, across the board, it's better than I get. However, that's averaging in the articles I wrote before I had a clue on how to write a resource box.

          The best click through rate?...One that keeps going up!





          All the best,
          Michael
          Hey Michael,

          Thanks for the boost..going to have to try some experiment with my resource boxes to see if I can get those even higher.

          Appreciate the replies
          Kendall McGuire
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      • Profile picture of the author Kendall McGuire
        If you look on the main discussion page you will see the "new thread" button on the top left.

        I hope that helps.

        Kendall McGuire
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    Yes, depends on the niche. But somewhere around 20-30% is great.
    You're doing great.. Keep writing
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  • Profile picture of the author Kendall McGuire
    Thanks for the reply..really looking forward to finding one of those better click through rate niches.

    Definitely feels good to know I'm on track.

    Thanks Again
    Kendall McGuire
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  • Profile picture of the author Charann Miller
    Your click through rate is good. My click through rate is sitting around 25%, I'm getting clicks I just have to work on my landing page to get it to convert.
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