Last year, I wrote an article called 7 Examples of Untrackable Clicks from Google's Ecosystem, which covered various SERP features that you couldn't track via GSC reports (unfortunately). One of these characteristics was “interesting finds”. Although Industry Email List Google now tracks some of the features I listed in this article (like Discover), “interesting discoveries” are still a mysterious, but powerful, source of untrackable clicks. For those of you who are not very familiar with “interesting finds”, it is an organic search function that can appear in mobile SERPs Industry Email List and provide up to twenty listings in one large module.
The first three listings are displayed in the default module in the SERP and you can click to see all the listings on a new page. The module can Industry Email List rank anywhere in the top ten (like most SERP features) and it can even rank number one in some cases. Note that I will go into more detail about GSC tracking and metrics such as position, clicks, Industry Email List and impressions later in this article. Here are some examples of “interesting discoveries” in action 1. Cool Finds Ranking #1 (under Ads): 2. Interesting findings that result in two top 10 announcements: 3. Interesting Industry Email List findings yielding three top 10 announcements:
A screenshot of an auto-generated mobile phone description Keep up the excitement, deduplication is probably coming to more SERP features As you can see, “interesting Industry Email List finds” can take up a lot of space, can have three default ads on the front page, and then allow users to visit a feed-like page with up to twenty listings in total. This is definitely not a SERP site feature that site owners should ignore. Also, and as I explained before, sites can end up having one or more lists in the module. So if you are already ranking on the first page in the blue 10 links, you could technically have two, three or more links on the first page. For the site I Industry Email List help, the “Interesting Discoveries” module has helped keep their mobile traffic from organic Google – for now anyway. Continue reading.