One of the first hubs I did here on HP was published back in June and it was about a cocktail. It's always been ranked on Page 1 of Google for its main keyword, but the expected traffic never materialized. The past couple of days, it's gone from 0 to 5 visits per day to 100+ visits per day. Almost all of the traffic is organic search engine. According to HP's stats, it's now down to approx. 40 over the past 24 hours.
It's a pretty obscure drink everywhere in the US except for south Florida, but the traffic is spread pretty much across the US with California and Texas in the lead. And sheesh, the only thing they have in common is dry, hot weather.
About a cocktail? Sheesh. Don't people have better things to do?
And I really like your new avatar!!! What's that building in the background?
hehehe irohner that was indeed strange try not to worry about that hehehe...
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