I guess I've just been sandboxed - Dam! All my keywords 44 of them that I keep track of which 20 were in the top 10 and the rest in the top 20 on google US, Aus & India have gone below the 100 mark (how far below I don't know as the software doesn't track that). All of them going together is surely a sign of sandboxing!
How long does it last on average? I heard of people who had this for 6 months!?
It could be temporary traffic fall. Stop thinking about it. Rely on other sources for traffic. Like pinterest, social networks (if you have active presence and the one that allows hashtag) and many others.
Nope no active presence on any social network except FB (I don't promote my hubs there though). Its just the listing my traffic was the highest yesterday
Perhaps the previous keyword holders have reclaimed them with more relevant documents or googleness?
Find a real niche and provide better road signs!
I DON'T mean ditch your existing veggie spot... but really, I'm sure that you can Expand the base you have... Show them how to clone for example and think outside the (sand) box!
I was there for 6 looooooooooooong months... and boy was that bad!
LOL you seem more attached to the 00 's than me. they just don't mean anything.. Up and early PD... having a nice day are ya?
Yes cheers Sofs.... I wasn't being 'attached' to double 00s mate...
I was referring to the cricket match between India and Australia (Oz)
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