First of all, let me say that I am greatful for all the traffic Google drives to my ebooks published on the major ebook stores. I have already sold 12 this month.
But Google severely punished me and one day I had 4 clicks from them. Today it is 91! Of course, I would like to know why. It isn't the good old days, but it is an improvement. Or is this just a date destined to end badly once again?
From what I have been seeing the raise in visits and clicks seems to be real , as far as changing it does not appear that will be anytime soon...
I'm betting on the good content dream. . . .I've never made enough here to have much to lose. . .
by TwerkZerker3 years ago
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by BundleBoy8 years ago
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by Pop Culture World2 years ago
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by rancidTaste8 years ago
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by lady luck9 years ago
So my traffic is rising on my hub but how do i get people to click on the damn ads!?
by Voice of style9 years ago
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