Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by turdface, Mar 20, 2013.
Is this traffic? Graph is a little vague.
Is it traffic or conversions? The graph is a bit odd as the numbers are higher down at the bottom but if it's traffic, the only thing I can think of that could cause such a difference in visits, could be either the stats software crashing at such times, OR downtime you haven't detected due to cacheing, but that new visitors would definitely perceive :/
That's when you're website is doing the Insanity workout program.
did you have downtimes ?
How organic is your traffic?
That's a SERP chart.
The site ranks well for a few days and then drops 100 spots and then goes back up for a few days and then drops 100 spots and repeats.
Either your tracker glitched and tracked some internal URL instead or your site is still actively receiving links. Pretty sure it's the first though, all my sites are extremely stable and never do dips like that.
It's not a tracker glitch.
The sites haven't been getting links (that I know of).
I have a few sites that do this for a few keywords. It's weird.
That's your site dancing, happens when google's different data centers process and update information at different times, one drops out whilst the others hold up....
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