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Use jetpack if you are using wordpress

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eviltomato, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    This is just a tip : )

    I have had jetpack configured for a while now, but never paid it any mind. I got to looking through the stats on it and its pretty bad ass. Its a great research tool.

    I get a lot of traffic from pinterest, but never really knew which pins were doing it. Through jetpack it will break out all of your daily traffic by platform and sub-site. I saw that in 1 day i got over 6,000 visits from pinterest and after drilling down i found it was coming from 1 specific pin. I made sure to follow that pin owner and like/pin a bunch of her pins periodically. Now she shares my pins more often and I in turn get more traffic because she has a very active follower base.
     
  2. deedee1whoa

    deedee1whoa Power Member

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    I personally don't use WP, but nice of you for sharing this tip. ;)
     
  3. kenmole

    kenmole Registered Member

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    Well, i don't know about this, nice share!
     
  4. gary2

    gary2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    sounds good,, need to try for results
     
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    MonsterMag Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Doesn't it slow down your server/VPS a lot?
    I had it installed and when there was high traffic time it slowed down the hosting by a lot. When turned off it was good again and no problem to handle the requests...