What is Behavioral SEO?
[on-page factors] + [incoming links] + [online behavior]
If you google for any keyword these days, what makes a page rank #1 vs #5, well they might be plenty of reasons but one that is key part is behavior.
We cannot determine this because this information is privately held from us via browser data on desktop and mobile.
Sure you can get eye-tracking software and heat maps to monitor page behavior but that is certainly not enough.
The main reason being, a human is not monitoring and changing the search results, a machine is doing it with private behavioral data and determining rankings.
You don't know what that data is because it is hidden from you.
You can take a wild guess but user behavior is key to ranking in position #1 or position #10 in the search result.
What Behavior are they communicating without your knowledge?
I did some research and found this privacy whitepaper directly from Google Chrome, which updates on a regular basis.
They are tracking 40+ pieces of data each time you visit your page either by clicking on a search result or direct visit. Out of which my speculation is these ones are important for the algorithm for search behavior:
Behavioral factors for SEO purposes:
(written in plain English)
Basically they are tracking:
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