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Glad it see its back - probably something to do with the Panda update - Cutts tweeted people are likely to see some panda-related flux in the coming days.
Good news, Brie! Hope you are on a steady upward trend now. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.
Congrats Brie! Did you change anything? Or did it just return on its own.
Brie - congrats! I'm on my third 'surge' after the subdomain transfer - seeing my highest level in traffic since I started - however, if the pattern holds my traffic should drop dramatically later today or tomorrow!
Hopefully this won't happen to you - you can hit me know for putting a damper on things!!!
Congratulations Brie! I certainly can't say the same and it's definitely hard to make any sense of what's going on. It comes like someone turns on a switch and disappears just the same.
My traffic dropped by about 80% 5 days ago, and then in the past 24 hours it has jumped to its highest level ever. Gotta love the Google roller coaster.
Mine's been doing better also! Both the Hub Ads and Google are doing quite well. Happy days are here again!
Good for you Brie. I have good traffic too, I wouldn't say back, however I'm not making any money. I guess I have to be patient, although I probably will never make much money, due to the kind of hubs I write.
Well done Brie. I don't want to claim credit but I think this probably happened just after you commented on one of my excellent pages. It may be that I am giving off a kharmic vibe and that others could also profit.
well that's good to hear..maybe i'll be riding the wave soon..
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