Was there a Google Alg recently? My traffic is down by about 66%! Blue arrows everywhere. This is reminding of what happened in 2011-2012.
I'm wondering, too Kain 360. Scores plummeted over night. Something is definitely going on.
I don't think the problem is with Google, I think the HP team is playing around with the algorithms and this may be affecting traffic for some people.
This might be because it's summer. I've also noticed a slowdown in activity elsewhere, such as Pinterest and on other sites too.
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