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Free Google listings: Percentage of clicks based on position.

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Regarding free Google search engine results, has anyone published a study showing the click percentage the top five or ten positions receive? Just to make up numbers as an example, has someone determined that on average, top position gets 80%, second gets 10%, and so on?
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Yes, you can find it here - www.seo-blog.com/serps-position-and-clickthroughs.php.  There is also a tool to see how your clicks would increase/decrease with a change in rankings (position 1-100) - www.seo-blog.com/position-and-clickthrough-tool.php.  Very interesting results.
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