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The Best Place to Hide a Dead Body

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HBO’s True Detective might not have been everything we hoped for this summer, but it was still a pretty engaging way to spend your Sunday nights. There were plenty of bodies hiding all over the place near the fictional city of Vinci, California, but we’re thinking of a better place where nobody’s ever going to look.

Before we get to that, we’ve got some data to share from the online ad network Chitika: page one results enjoy 95 percent of all search traffic.  The very first organic result on the first search engine results page (SERP),  sees 32.5 percent of overall search traffic in terms of clicks. Trouble for dealers is that it’s a crowded marketplace, and if you’re a Chevy dealer in Boston, you’ve got a lot of competition.

DealerRater provides dealers with strong SERP listings and a powerful Google Page Rank.  Certified Dealers who collect a lot of reviews don’t just enjoy hearing the positive feedback from their customers. They’re outperforming their competition in search engine results.

That first search engine result gets 32.5 percent of search traffic. The 2nd domain sees 17.6 percent. By the time you hit the third result, it’s only seeing 3.5 percent of overall search traffic. That’s a dramatic dropoff without even having to scroll to the bottom of the page.

More reviews on DealerRater equal higher SERP ratings, which deliver more clicks and get more customers in the door. It’s a pretty simple equation.

So back to our slightly morbid blog post title: Where’s the best place to hide a dead body?

Easy: Page two of Google search results.