Google’s John Mueller Explains Inconsistent Discover Traffic

Google’s John Mueller offers insight into why traffic from Google Discover is likely to be inconsistent from one day to another.

This topic is discussed during the Google Search Central SEO hangout recorded on February 5.

A question is submitted from a site owner concerned about their referral traffic from Google Discover. They say it fluctuates wildly despite no significant changes being made to the site.

Further, the site’s traffic from search results is growing even while traffic from Discover drops off at times. They ask Mueller what could be causing this type of pattern.

In response, Mueller says the fluctuating traffic is not caused by anything in particular. It’s the nature of Google Discover.

Google’s systems may decide one day it makes sense to show certain content in Discover, and other days it doesn’t make sense.

It’s common for a site to receive an influx of traffic from Google Discover and then have the traffic go away.

Traffic from Discover tends to be more erratic than traffic from search because it’s not tied to a specific query, Mueller says.

It’s hard to predict with any degree of accuracy how much traffic a site should expect to receive from Discover. It’s not known how many people browsing Discover are interested in a particular topic.

It’s great if a site is receiving a lot of traffic from Discover, but Mueller says it’s important to realize this could change quickly.">">,ret_img,w_300/https:/!

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