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Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by spyindiavimlesh, Jan 29, 2014.
Hello Guy's please tell me about Inorganic Traffic?
The traffic what you get through your PPC campaign or sponsored links is called Inorganic Traffic.
have a look at this discussion http://www.webcosmoforums.com/searc...etween-organic-traffic-inorganic-traffic.html
Inorganic traffic means get traffic from some sponsored links: Pay Per Click, Referral and Direct visits. Inorganic traffic comes to your website as long as you pay for them. If you stop paying you lose traffic, it is expensive.
Inorganic traffic is like having some random people to look at your site for a while and those views get counted as a view.
But you want people who would come to your site and look around and search on your page about things.
When you get traffic through PPC then it's called inorganic traffic.
Inorganic traffic getting by following two or three ways.
1 Traffic by Social Sites
2 Traffic by Paid Ads
3 Traffic by Affiliated marketing
Inorganic traffic is the visits you get through your ppc or sponsored links.
Inorganic traffic refers to the traffic which your website gets other than organic traffic like PPC.
Okay, one person says that PPC is inorganic traffic, and another says PPC is organic. So, how do we determine, without using specific terms, what inorganic traffic actually is? In order to fully understand, we have to define what organic traffic is. Organic is defined as "grown or made without the use of artificial chemicals". Since we obviously do not use "chemicals" for website traffic, we can adjust the definition to say "grown or made without the use of artificial methods". "Inorganic" is defined as "not arising from natural growth". For our purposes, the "traffic" that the OP asked about would be considered "growth". Any kind of advertising we use, including PPC, banners, traffic exchanges, and the like, would be considered "artificial methods", since they are designed specifically to encourage people to visit our website, and any traffic we get from them does not "(arise) from natural growth". So, traffic obtained from these advertising methods would be referred to as "inorganic".
So why are the listings in the SERPs that we obtain by inserting keywords called "organic" listings? Because when websites are listed in the SERPs, they are merely a list of the available resources, and do not actively encourage searchers to click on any particular listing. The searcher, without influence from the website owner(s), decides where they wish to go.