a process by which users find web sites in search engine listings that have not paid to get listed with them, as opposed to using the popular pay per click advertisement listings displayed among the search results
a search that brings up results that are deemed relevant by the search engine
The method of search engines returning results based upon a user's search parameter (key word or key phrase). Organic search results are based upon a number of criteria, defined differently by the various search engines. Keyword search: A search for documents containing one or more words specified by a user in a search engine text box.
A type of search in which web users find sites having unpaid listings, as opposed to using the pay-per-click advertisement listings displayed among the search results.
Organic search listings are results based on factors such as keyword relevancy within a Web page. These are the listings generally found on the left hand side in search engines, and are not influenced by direct financial payments, only by effective search engine optimization.
Synonym for â€œNatural Search.â€ Traffic or search results that are a product of a Search Engineâ€(tm)s algorithm, rather than paid advertisements.
An organic search is a process by which World Wide Web users find web sites having unpaid search engine listings, as opposed to using the pay per click advertisement listings displayed among the search results.