I realised there is no decent sauces like barbecue sauce, red sauce......not even a spicy saucy dip for Christ's sake......Help!
LOL.......I often wonder what it's like in "Wayne's world"......you're such a different character.
well we have lots to choose from....... mine like lea and perrins but like you i get no hits from it
What really amazes me, is that HubPages can't even spell Traffic Sauces properly.
The definitive answer is a mixture of .......
I made a yummy (very rich) recipe once.
It involved sausages, half a cup of tomato sauce, half a cup of BBQ sauce, some worcestershire sauce and onions. Then smothered with mashed potato on top.
Rich but yummy!
Gotta try that! Never thought of mixing 2 types of sauce!!
What I can't get my head around is that the traffic sauces don't seem to vary with the days of the week. All week long I get this google sauce, but really I'd expect to be seeing some cranberry or mint by Sunday. Very strange.
I think we are defintiely getting short-changed anyway - I can't find these four-rooms everyone talks about - just a load of pages with people's words on.
And don't get me started on what happened when I select 'feed'.
Oh - I thought they were toe-picks, you know, like tooth picks, but for removing the sock fluff from between your toes.
Oh. That makes sense.
Although when I originally joined the site I thought it was a mass of men looking at porn. That's why they're called 'hubbers', they spend the whole day going 'Hubba, hubba, hubba!'
Is that why you joined - for some hard core fansatsy image porn drawing - you dirty Northern devil.
If you're eating your traffic, with or without sauce, that may account for why it is dwindling? Eating traffic is not economically feasible - or maybe you're just saucing it. Anyway, I have the same traffic all the time - I suppose with the right sauce. . . hmmmmmm!
My traffic must have the most delicious sauce because it increased by 50% over the weekend. Still waiting to see if it is a mistake but Analytics and AdSense tally. Must be the dusting of Christmas spices I have sprinkled over my hubs.
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