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Discussion in 'SEO' started by Tiara Brown, Aug 2, 2017.

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    I recently started a blog. Very recently as in my first post was this past Sunday. I was wondering if I could get feedback on why my traffic went up for one day then dropped dramatically. Can someone read my posts and give reviews. Any long time bloggers out there that can show a newcomer the ropes?
    http://allthingstiara.com
    SEMrush
     
    Tiara Brown, Aug 2, 2017 IP
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  2. thebrandman

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    Perhaps one of your posts was linked from a higher-traffic blog, and for one day, those site readers clicked over to read whatever was linked to on your blog. If this was the case, the traffic came, read, saw, and then those traffic numbers fizzled out again.

    Website traffic is like a river. When it rains, that river rises as new water runs off into the current. Then, as the rainwater dries up, the river goes back down to it's normal depth. Just because a website gains traffic, doesn't mean that traffic will stay indefinitely. It will dry up, just like the runoff into that river.

    The trick is to keep finding new traffic that has an interest in continually visiting your site.
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    thebrandman, Aug 2, 2017 IP
  3. Spartan14

    Spartan14 Greenhorn

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    Wit websites its very complicated ,you can have a flood of visitators and sometimes you only have few .Google its very uncontrolabe
     
    Spartan14, Aug 2, 2017 IP
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    I agree with @thebrandman. The traffic to your website will not stay indefinitely. There could be many reasons to why you saw a rise in the website traffic. Someone might have linked to your site on their blog or social media. Maybe you temporarily got a higher page rank on Google search results. Regardless of how you got the sudden spike in traffic, you should find out what to do to gain more traffic. You should have this in mind when you write your posts. It should be mentioned that Internet doesn't work the way that the traffic will come by itself. You need to promote your site. There are plenty of ways to promote your site. For example sharing a link to your site to friends, relatives and colleagues on social media.
     
    MrKing01, Aug 3, 2017 IP
  5. andreealifestyle99

    andreealifestyle99 Peon

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    Are you working on the following keywords? mango body butter recipes and sue bee honey coupons ? These are the only two keywords that appear in Ahrefs for now. You also have 2 referring domains.

    You should make your metas shorter, create a sitemap.

    Create an Google Analytics account, put no follow on all outbound links and work on your keyword density. Good luck!
     
    andreealifestyle99, Aug 10, 2017 IP
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    brajeshyadav Active Member

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    If you need continue traffic for your website then you should publish quality content continuously than only your traffic will be stable. It happens once you update fresh content on website then all crawler/User read your content and get visits fort he same. So if content will be posted on daily basis then same activity will happen regularly.

    Hope this will work for you.
     
    brajeshyadav, Aug 25, 2017 IP