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Just thinking. We’ve often argues here about whether or not user behaviour (CTR, time to bounce, etc.) influences your rankings and had pretty convincing points made for both sides.

But now that Google reckons it can tell bot and human apart (their claim with the roll out of the Invisible ReCaptcha) is this a game changer. If they can now tell a genuine human they can now assess how humans react to a site in a way that bots can’t fake regardless of historical arguments is there a good chance user behaviour will become, beyond debate, a ranking factor?

You can read the full article at SEO Chat Forums – Google Optimization

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Just thinking. We've often argues here about whether or not user behaviour (CTR, time to bounce, etc.) influences your rankings and had pretty convincing points made for both sides. But now that Google reckons it can tell bot and human apart (their claim with the roll out of the Invisible...