I have a blog that shows that I can have 6,000 viewers per month to 10,000 viewers, but my page rank is 0. I don't know much about this subject. I checked my stats using the backoffice on my blogger blog. The analytics says something entirely different. I seem to be getting 300 views per day or more. Any help offered will be appreciated.
Page rank is a rough indication of how high you will be listed in that search engine, and so is going to correlate loosely with traffic.
Blogger data is hits not unique visits and as such is vastly inflated by bots etc.
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