Dunzbumz - 3:36 am on Aug 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
frankleeceo, Sand said his traffic was increasing steadily over the year - that's to be expected, it's not a success, it's normal, business as usual. More people use Internet, so if your traffic isn't growing it means, in fact, you are falling.
If he'd say his traffic skyrocketed all of a sudden a week ago, I'd think his websites are those many-important-words websites full of latent advertising, like scamreports.org. But it seems his websites are legit, and he's in for a big surprise if this wave will reach them. (I hope that won't happen.)
Regarding my situation, it's getting worse.
I am thinking two things:
1. It seems sometimes Google nukes its own index and lets fittest survivors crawl out on to the surface. That's what I felt happened in May. Can it be what's happening? Then we only need to wait, mostly.
2. Start from scratch, remake everything, cause the sooner you start - the sooner you'll get somewhere. Then we have not to wait, but act right now.
I am torn. What do you, fellows, think?
Btw, beside the main website I also have a few others, and those I myself considered kind of spammy and expected to die last year instead are doing just as before August - they are fine with steady traffic. Out of my flock only the real-deal useful websites were decimated.