So in my view, if the content in a site is of high quality and it is presented in a structured way to be easily accessed by the user and there is a logical flow between the pages and also ease of navigation from one section to another and come back to the main page then only the user may come back to the site next time and that is the way how the good content would become a niche content and site would come up in the search engine results. There are many other considerations also but this is a prominent one.
Knowledge is power.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Now you may see what he intended it began to be materialised. Gradually, his presentation or writing skills are acknowledged and endorsed by a growing number of people. These content writers aim at earning money from the internet. Eventually, they begin to receive monetary- output as well.
Some other people are quite different from them. Their intention has never been to earn money by content writing. They write for their satisfaction or spending some time on the Internet. They enjoy browsing different platforms on social media. They don't think much about people, how many people like to read them and I fall into this category.
When we search on the internet we will be getting many items in the search. But how many of them are useful for us. You may click on the page to see what is there in the article. But we don't find it interesting. The question is how many people read your full article with interest.
I agree with the author that how many page views are there is not important. But how many people cited your article as a reference in their write up is very important.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.