Does paid traffic affect on my seo ranking ?

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Hello guyz, I'm noor from mobiledokan. I want to buy paid traffic from someone. He is trusted also. But I don't know does paid traffic affect on seo ranking ? If anyone know about this. Please give me feedbacks... :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Sid Hale
    Short answer is NO.

    Search engines can't measure what they don't see, and paid traffic doesn't come through the search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author sktravellink
    If you can increase your site Back link by anyway, your SEO rank will increase. You can do Forum Posting, Article Submission, Book marking & so on.
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  • Backlinks are good are SEO ranking.

    Paid traffic doesn't work for SEO, because one of the website I am promoting for paid traffic I not seen any ranking difference till today.

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  • Profile picture of the author guitarprince
    I do think that Google Adwords ads can have a positive impact on how much revenue your good organic rankings produce. In terms of dominating Page 1 results, if you have good organic ranking (say, in the top 5) and you also have excellent paid placement (in the top 3 od paid ads), and you are ranking for images, and you are ranking for videos, and you are ranking in Google shopping....all of this is going to have a collective effect.

    If you have that kind of presence, you are bound to gain aggregate value for your organic listings because, if you are marketing well, your traffic will go up, click-through rate will go up and your conversion rate will go up. I firmly believe that if you are improving those things, your rankings will improve also.

    That being said, PPC, if it's really well done, can augment your results and could possibly have a residual effect that does benefit your SEO

    One other consideration is that any advertising you do, whether it's PPC or print or radio or TV ads, it augments Direct traffic. Direct traffic, in my mind is the golden ticket. Anyone directly typing your URL into their search bar is already your friend. If you can increase your direct traffic pool via PPC, then it's worth every penny.

    Hope this is helpful!
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by guitarprince View Post


      If you have that kind of presence, you are bound to gain aggregate value for your organic listings because, if you are marketing well, your traffic will go up, click-through rate will go up and your conversion rate will go up. I firmly believe that if you are improving those things, your rankings will improve also.
      Traffic and conversion rate are not going to change your rankings. Google has no idea what the conversion rate is on most sites on the internet. They couldn't measure it if they wanted to.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I think some people are missing the point of your question. You were asking about buying traffic from another website (not Google) and wondering if doing that would affect your rankings.

    If the other website is doing what it should, and is putting the no-follow tag on your link, then it should not affect your ranking up or down. If, however, they are not putting a no-follow on the link, one of two things could happen:

    1) You get some degree of a rankings boost because you got a relevant backlink that Google does not realize you paid for.

    2) You get a penalty from Google because they suspect that you have paid for the link.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ferhief
    If your website is full of original articles you will avoid duplicate content penalties, also increasing rankings.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Ferhief View Post

      If your website is full of original articles you will avoid duplicate content penalties, also increasing rankings.

      That's not what causes duplicate content penalties, but even so, it has nothing to do with this discussion.
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      • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        That's not what causes duplicate content penalties, but even so, it has nothing to do with this discussion.
        The concept of a "duplicate content penalty" has been repeated so many times, people now think such a thing actually exists. There is no such thing as a duplicate content "penalty". Duplicate content may not be indexed because there is no reason to waste server resources on the same exact content over and over again.

        If an entire site is nothing but duplicate content, the whole site may not be indexed, but it is not being "penalized", per se. It's just not appearing because the content is already being displayed by the search engines. https://searchengineland.com/myth-du...penalty-259657

        Anyway, like Mike said, it has nothing to do with the O.P.'s questions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj Negi
    1- search engines dont recognise or consider the paid traffic.

    2- it depends on that what type of paid traffic you are buying, eg. If you are buying banner ad or sponsored ad link then it will be a plus for your website but if the paid traffic is through software or any non-manual activity then it would not help.

    3- also, sometimes paid traffic does not show in your google analytics too.

    Better, you can check with them how and what type of traffic will be generated accordingly you can get the right assistance and advice.
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