How to get more traffic from the Organic Search results?
Organic traffic measures visits to a website from a search engine that were earned naturally, but not paid for via advertising.
Visitors who are categorized as organic enter your website after searching the web with a search engine like Google or Bing.
In this way, the word “organic” simply means that it is via a search engine, but excludes paid search ads.
The word organic is commonly used in web analytics tools like Google Analytics to refer to regular unpaid traffic from a search engine.
Organic Search vs Paid Search
Organic search is when a person enters a search term into a search engine like Google or Bing.
The organic search results appear as a list of links to web pages and are based on relevance to the search terms, but exclude advertisements.
At the same time, non-organic search results include paid search ads.