With over 500,000 views my traffic is lower than it's ever been. I've updated hubs, follow all the rules, comment - done it all. Yes, I share on other sites too. I need an answer. Thanks.
I'm feeling you, vocalcoach. It's hard to keep your head up. But we must if we choose to wait it out. Or we can take WryLilt's advice.
I've nearly 2,000,000 views. I am doing both:
- exploring/initiating other options
- waiting it out.
Invested far too many hours/days/weeks/months of effort here to throw a complete hissy fit .... but very saddened.
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