On the relationship between search ranking and user experience

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here, Zhengzhou Shanghai dragon, we do in Shanghai dragon to the site, should always be around the user experience to do, because the only way we do will have the practical meaning of Shanghai dragon.

said in Shanghai love to the site of the "search engine optimization guide": "the search engine is just an ordinary visitors to the site, but the search engine is not a real person, just a machine in a simulated browsing. So the emergence of the above situation, the ranking is good, but the user experience is not good.

but think carefully, this is perhaps the reason can appear in the search business station before five. We do know that the Shanghai dragon, the weight of a general web page is the highest, and the love of Shanghai and other search engines love something original, this website can do good rankings and certainly this relationship so great. When opening the page, it is stunned, the pseudo original is "in place", I think has been fully able to search engine cheat level. Because at first glance, it is a red wine, but a closer look and found not so one thing. As for me, the past is not a casual link, keywords, random has completely contrary to our expectations. In other words, that is he the article page link of the chain chain, the chain chain is no more.

in the past few days has been on the relationship between the user experience and search rankings, had to think of a website as long as do the Shanghai dragon, search ranking is up, the conversion rate of flow will be great. But after analysis, draw a conclusion, that is the search ranking goes up does not mean that this site can really retain customers. What is the ultimate goal of the website optimization, there is no doubt in order to customers, and customers is the core of Shanghai dragon. But now a lot of Shanghai dragon er who has forgotten this goal and the core, just to please the search engine, resulting in between ranking and traffic conversion rate had difference in heaven and earth.

I tried to search a fairly popular keywords, ranked in the top five to open a business website, found it really do not see what is worth my attention. It is because of this I decided to write this article, talk about the search ranking is not equivalent to the user experience, the answer is No. Carefully observe the ranking it just said high website, found the most prominent in this website is actually four or five news. It is updated every day dozens of articles of the original article, I really don’t understand is what a simple corporate website to so many news.

we know that the site is completely to the search engines do see, very much in line with the search engine crawl rules. But there is no thought, if you just want to do Shanghai dragon, while ignoring the user experience, so many customers to your site, but you cannot flow into the actual benefits, it will be a very sad thing.

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