With traffic becoming ever harder to get, is it also becoming more valuable?
You just can't get traffic the way you could before. Running around Facebook spamming links everywhere, posting your blogs to Reddit, Google was easier to deal with and there was simply less content to compete with.
I'm wondering if anybody knows about an increase in value of traffic over the years, or even the past few months really.
well, i am still doing the same thing as i did before. I still get traffic but a handful. I heard that forums could help if you are active.
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