dailypress - 3:43 pm on Jan 18, 2010 (gmt 0) Or is this number negligible?
I had a site that dropped from #1 to #2, switching spots with Wikipedia for three days in early December. The search volume only fell about 20%, much less than the AOL data would suggest.
That might be because Wikipedia is more reliable than Random Example.com and more people click on it. I know I do.
Would this question kinda depend on the geographic and basically the domain Extension? Cause you can move from #4 to #1 in a .UK SERP but still be placed in the same position for .com (which can bring higher traffic)
"What kind of search traffic could I expect if I were able to fight my way up to position #3, #2 or #1?"
Or is this number negligible?