Hi, i have a blog about jobs, i have noticed that when i change template for that blog, my traffic drops to shaming figures. is it so with all other blogs
Just changing a template in itself will not gain or loss followers. If I change the template and lose traffic is is because I chose a bad template. If I change template and gain traffic it is because I chose a good template. I rarely make radical changes on a popular blog unless I am sure they will be effective changes and take popularity to another level.
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