Before Google played havoc I managed to get my clicks up to 400 a day which I was pleased at the time.
But they seemed to go down and down not matter what I do. I put it on Digg, Facebook, Twitter and My Space and they still go down.
By now I am getting frantic and need all the help I can get in Backlinks. Please tell me good ones.
First, you are talking about views, not clicks. Clicks are when someone clicks an advert.
As for traffic, most hubbers have lost about 50% of their traffic, some have lost more.
As for backlinks, it really depends on your topic. There are no hard and fast ways to get backlinks that apply across the board.
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