What is going on? All of a sudden, without even publishing an article, i observed my traffic go from 44 per day yesterday to this morning 118. I noticed that this happened October 30 and now November 30. Has anybody else noticed this?
It's buying season. As Mr.Jackson said in Jurassic park:
"Hold on to ya butts".
My analytics covered up to yesterday. So, I will check tomorrow.
What is odd is that I even had a hit on my unpublished article.
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