Have you checked your traffic sources lately? I've noticed, to my surprise that I'm getting more Google searches than any other traffic, then Hubpages falls into second place. Forums work well too.
As of now- over 66% of my traffic comes from google's search engine. The rest of it comes from yahoo, bing, and hubpages. When I first started, all my traffic came from fellow hubbers. But about six months ago, my traffic did a 180 and now it mostly comes from search engines- namely Google.
Google is the top referrer of traffic at the moment, but I want to get the other top ones like Yahoo, MSN and Bing too, just imagine all 4 of these as your top referrers!!
I agree waynet. But I don't have a clue about how to go about doing so. Does any one have any ideas?
MSN and Bing are the same.
If you search something on Msn, the search automatically redirects you to Bing.
Over 90% of my traffic comes from a combination of Google sources.
Google and Hub Pages, but I use IMAutomator and the avg page views and average time per visit are 10 TIMES what it is from Google.IM Automator consistently ranks 3rd.
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