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Ranking on position #1 in Google search results makes around one third (35.4%) of the people come to your website.
Anything under position #4 means that your content will be seen by less than 10% of the people searching for the keyword.
Which means that for the rest of us ranking on places 5-20, the organic traffic volume isn’t going to be as high as you might have expected.
Want to rank higher with your keywords? (Of course you do)
Start by learning about Google’s ranking factors and think how you can improve your SEO to match these.
Here’s the best list I’ve seen, it includes 200 Google ranking factors: Backlinko’s Complete Google Rank Factors List