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Author Topic: Customer Searched for "Image 505" and Was Brought to My Website  (Read 1969 times)

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ShazamImages

  • ShazamImages.com
« on: September 03, 2013, 09:08 »
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I just saw that a customer searched for "image 505" on Google and then clicked on the link to go to my website.

So I did a Google web search for "image 505" and found that there was a link to my website at the bottom of the first page that brought me to:

http://shazamimages.com/image/3d-film-strip-isolated-with-copyspace/



I checked and this is indeed "image 505".

I'm wondering: Was the user searching for something completely different and they then clicked on the link to my website with the hope of finding what they were looking for?  Or did they somehow know the image # on my website and then try to find it via Google?  If the latter, how did they know the image number to search for?


jareso

  • Boris Jaroscak
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2013, 02:43 »
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They probably searched for something else but decided to try luck on your website. Good for you! Any influx of legitimate traffic (not spammers, and bots) counts. I mean you can never know, your visitor may become buyer on your website even when he/she didnt wanted to become one initially. ;)

The more legitimate traffic your website receive the better will be your chances for finally bumping into some buyer(s).

Ron

« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2013, 03:13 »
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Here is the direct link, visible in the image info on FireFox

http://shazamimages.com/wp-content/uploads/symbiostock_rf_content/505-3d-film-strip-isolated-with-copyspace.jpg

505 is in that link.

Not sure if this is a breach of the RF folder and if all full res images can be accessed like that as well.

ShazamImages

  • ShazamImages.com
« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2013, 05:57 »
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Not sure if this is a breach of the RF folder and if all full res images can be accessed like that as well.

Only the thumbnails and watermarked images can be accessed that way.  The original, full-size images are protected.

ShazamImages

  • ShazamImages.com
« Reply #4 on: September 04, 2013, 05:59 »
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They probably searched for something else but decided to try luck on your website. Good for you! Any influx of legitimate traffic (not spammers, and bots) counts. I mean you can never know, your visitor may become buyer on your website even when he/she didnt wanted to become one initially. ;)

The more legitimate traffic your website receive the better will be your chances for finally bumping into some buyer(s).

After thinking about this some more, I agree with you and think that they must have been searching for something else and came across my website by serendipity.  Now if I can just turn some of those visits into sales I'll be a happy Symbiostocker.


 

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