I know I didn't put a link in Twitter or Reddit, or Lifehacker, but my traffic just doubled, and checking the various traffic sources seem to indicate that the traffic is actually result from Google searches!
Is this a sign that HP's weeding efforts are working?
Same here, all Google traffic as well. CTR has lifted too surprisingly.
Enjoy the ride!
Mine traffic is a little better but still not that good.
Congratulations, hopefully it will stay that way.
Not sure yet. Maybe a roller coaster ride, so i'm just holding on tight.
My traffic increasing sharply-mostly from Google.Is there anything wrong
I'm thinking it's so sudden an improvement that maybe there's something wrong with the measurement, e.g. maybe the start time has frozen so the 24 hour window is growing linearly.
I hope I'm wrong!
After subdomain switch, my traffic rose to pre Panda levels, but in the past 2 days, all I can say is WHAA- HOO !
It's strange but welcomed. My traffic shot up 55.49% in one day and mostly from Google.....
either a rollercoaster or a result of new subdomains ranking higher. I know that #2 is a fact (for now )
Same here, my traffic has greatly increased in the last 48 hrs. Hopefully the new traffic is here to stay.
Traffic and earnings are up! Whatever they are doing I hope it keeps up!
Google has pushed some hubs in their main and local search engines.A little change made the big difference in traffic.My traffic is also climbing up, but I am sure there is a tipping point.
Paul Edmondson wrote an encouraging post on the "famous" subdomain thread (the one with 1800-plus) posts.
Traffic is still climbing, but CTR is dead in the water for today so far! Something strange about that, my CTR is usually fairly good and consistent.
My adsense income today has reached levels I haven't seen since pre panada and it is early yet.
It will be a couple of weeks before we can really say what kind of impact this huge boost is having for those lucky enough to be experiencing it. And it could just disappear before then...
by barranca 10 years ago
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by Susan Keeping 7 years ago
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by CultureCurmudgeon 5 years ago
Who has successfully used this site? How did you do it? I'm trying to avoid inundating my friends on FB and Twitter with "Hey, check out my site!" types of statuses (because I feel it's kind of rude), but I also am having a hard time figuring out what else to do in regards to promoting.
by kmackey32 8 years ago
Within a few hours. Anyone else having a traffic surge?
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by TimTurner 9 years ago
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