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Traffic Increase Study?
Traffic increase study, webtraffic

Msg#: 745 posted 11:54 pm on Dec 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

I am wondering if there is any website traffic increase study done?

For example, all things equal (meaning, adding 3-4 content pages a day, constantly), where should one expect to see it's traffic in 6 months, in a year, in 2 years.

When do you get to 30 000 visitors a day?

Let's create this study together.

As a starting point I will say the following.

I have started my site in March 2004.
I put in average 3 articles a day, and today I have 1000 plus articles.
After 9th month, I steadly get 200-300 visitors a day and about 600-700 pages viewed (my traffic is excluded)

Where do you stand?

when should I expect to see 1000 visitors a day? or 10 000 or 30 000 visitors a day?

All things equal: meanin, adding 3-4 articles a day.

thank you.



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Msg#: 745 posted 12:47 am on Dec 18, 2004 (gmt 0)

Well one of the sites that I presently manage has a database of rotating article content. It has a total of 13,000 articles in total, but only has 800 of such articles on the site at any given time.

Each day the articles are rotated slightly (795 articles remain the same, 5 change).

The site in question rankings #1 on Goggle for 2 of the main keywords and #1 on Yahoo for one of the keywords.

Last time I checked the server logs were we handling somewhere around 50,000 hits/day.

That figure is without advertising of course.


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Msg#: 745 posted 1:13 pm on Dec 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

How we can check server logs. Please let me know about this. I think, it's come under web server administrator.


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Msg#: 745 posted 3:57 am on Dec 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

Checking the server logs varies. Alot of hosted sites offer automatic traffic logging with the stats tool to view it.

Other servers need to have special software installed onto them. I prefer one called "Advance Logger". I takes 5 mins to install and it only requires all your webpages to call a javascript file to log the data. Very easy and useful :)


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Msg#: 745 posted 10:37 am on Dec 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the information about server logs.
Google PR is main problem for SEO.
Do you have any updated news about next PR update of google. I want to discuss about this matter.

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