Either one URL (about insurance contracts) on our website is a crazy cult hit in India & Africa, our something else is up. Looking for clues – help?
Here are details re page we’ll call here /bizarrely-high-trafficked/:
>Google Search Console (GSC) reports click volume 40X of next-highest-clicks page (the homepage).
>95% of GSC clicks to /bizarrely-high-trafficked/ are from India & Africa. (Rest of site sessions are 99% USA)
>Google Analytics (GA) sessions to /bizarrely-high-trafficked/ google/organic are roughly same volume as GSC clicks.
>Google Analytics dimension > users > hostname = 100% our domain.
>For last 3 months, ave time on /bizarrely-high-trafficked/ is 27 minutes (uh, A LOT longer than other pages), and bounce rate ave = 75% (10-15% lower than other pages). So doesn’t really fit as a negative SEO attack attempting to lower ranks by dropping on the page and then immediately bouncing off.