which is biggest source of traffic for you?..organic ones or other sources?
Organic Google traffic is by far my biggest source.
Organic fruit and veg is just so ridiculous!.....So don't use it to get traffic! hahahahaha!
Please enlightened me, what do you mean by organic or non organic traffic?
organic means hits from search engine links
non-organic means directed hits, like from referral links that send visitor to you
Search engine mostly Google, but also variety of others.
That info is from Google - it does not match my traffic sources here.
The majority of my traffic is organic. I'm very lucky, as far as I can gather. I've only been here three months, and that isn't always the case after such a short time.
Interesting terminology, is that a google thing?
I've been here 3 years and still my main source of traffic is 'organic'
Most of my traffic comes from Google now. When I started out on Hubpages, most of my traffic came from HP.
Sometimes my Organic is better than my GM Traffic.. Today my Google is way up there
And traffic from other sources should be called "inorganic" or "synthetic" ?
If your talking food, most definitely Organic. If your talking page views/hits. Mine are mostly 1. Organic 2. Twitter 3. Referrals in that order.
I would like to eat more organic but it's too expensive. Unfortunately the stuff that's bad for you is cheap lmao
Well, call it sidewalk traffic.
That should be legal.
And organic as hell
euhhh... I mean organic as well.
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