I started my blog in April, and added google adsence for content at that time I have slowly started getting clicks on google adsence, not many but it was slowly getting better> I have been adding content to my blog and submitting to blog search engines. During the last 2 weeks I have been joining social networking sites like Twitter, Stumble upon, ect, and during this time the number of visitors I have been getting has slowly dropped, and now I am not getting any visitors. What could I be doing wrong.?
Many thanks for any help you can give.
kind regards naturman
sounds like you are in the sandbox, all new sites get sandboxed until they become popular. sandbox is like quarantine this can take upto 2 years to get out of, to make it quicker get backlinks to your blog.
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