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I love how holidays, the season and weather are regularly blamed for these across-the-board drops....and always drops, not rises. I've been at this since 1996 and it wasn't until 2010 that we really started seeing this continued decline with every update being punitive.
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historically holidays (and weather) always had an impact...they would typically INCREASE traffic, not regularly DECREASE traffic like they have done consistently since 2010.
I love how holidays, the season and weather are regularly blamed for these across-the-board drops
I can't force people to get on their computers and use my website while they're out there enjoying the sun.
Uhh, if that's how it's always been for certain publishers every year, and their traffic consistently falls during the summer and on public holidays (and rises again when it's not), why do you expect them to deny this fact and blame it on the internet dying instead?
Google may have implemented an anti-semrush algo. During the last core update; semrush sensor was quiet.
I've never used Semrush, but from what I read here, they apparently use bots to continually check large numbers of google search results rankings. Google has been at war with this kind of activity for many years. I imagine that these types of sites have to constantly change their UAs and IPs