larryj.hammondd wrote:You used to have great rankings for your website, it showed up everywhere in the search engines, and you were receiving lots of traffic that was generating emails, phone calls, leads, and sales. Then something happened, you’re not quite sure what, and the leads and sales dried up. You check your analytics reports and see a sudden and distinct loss in traffic. Now you’re alarmed. You check your rankings, and they’ve gone down or disappeared entirely. At this point you’re not just alarmed, you’re terrified. How could this have happened? More importantly, what can be done to fix the problem and get the leads and sales flowing again?
kkryptonic wrote:The weird thing is I get decent traffic from my blog to my affiliate account.What's going on here?
untheri wrote:There are several reasons as to why SEO traffic to your site can possibly dry up. Check to ensure that your blog content is well optimized for SEO, do your keyword research and update your content as frequently as you can. Promote your content in the social world and ensure that you follow Google guidelines
swordseeker wrote:kkryptonic wrote:The weird thing is I get decent traffic from my blog to my affiliate account.What's going on here?
I don't want to fake being a pro in this matter, but I guess a suggestion won't do any harm. My thinking is that you have abandoned SEO optimization of your blog and concentrated more on affiliate marketing. You may be posting Ads that attract
clients or sharing your posts on Social media that has led to the decent traffic to your affiliate account. Just try working more on SEO and making necessary adjustments
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