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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    One domain only!
    May: total hits: 12203
    June this month: 13764 hits!

    rock on must be doing something right!

    eMarketer indicates that 2003 will bring in $58.2 billion http://www.webpronews.com/wpn-45-200...rExpected.html

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    How many of those are you paying for?

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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    you mean domains? I am paying for 2 domains...

    eMarketer indicates that 2003 will bring in $58.2 billion http://www.webpronews.com/wpn-45-200...rExpected.html

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    I think he meams traffic.
    How much of that traffic did you pay for (PPC etc)

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    if he's talking about ppc search engine listings.. none :0).

    eMarketer indicates that 2003 will bring in $58.2 billion http://www.webpronews.com/wpn-45-200...rExpected.html

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    Jason: Congrats! Between that and the Mondera sale, you should be feeling pretty good about hitting that goal!

    BTW - lots of records here, too: Most unique users, most page views, most revenue, biggest monthly profit.



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    Domain Addict / Formerly known as elbowcreek Thomas A. Rice's Avatar
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    That's the way to do it! Free is the right price, when you can get it, lol.

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    Yep free is true.. phillyBurbs.com my revenue has past a new record and it's because you the abw members here, and my hard work! So excited here. My linkshare reports are starting to flair into a million pieces! (increase) and I'm so excited what this industry has turned into. I thought when all the dot coms crashed I thought I was going to end up losing too.. Looks like my business model survived the crash! also if you have any chance I would sign up for this affiliate program! : http://abw.infopop.cc/6/ubb.x?a=frm&...9&f=9156091423 looks very good!

    eMarketer indicates that 2003 will bring in $58.2 billion http://www.webpronews.com/wpn-45-200...rExpected.html

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    My traffic is finally looking better this month. I had 48,000 (rounded down) visitors in May, but I have only had 26,000 (rounded down) this month so far. June is going to end up lower than May
    Congratulations Jason. Getting free traffic is always the best. I pay for no traffic

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    GO JASON! Next stop ONE MILLION HITS!!!

    My traffic record was Sept 2002, 1.47 million page hits. Unfortunately for me Google changed their algo that month and banned the trick I was using. I gave up on checking traffic stats after that, the figures were too small and depressing.

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    I'm sorry but I'm not like you, I would never the search engines because there could be a penalty for that.

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    I'm a good boy now

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    Geez my business is starting to see good results! on my way to financial freedom! Just got another sale from personal creations. If I'm lucky I'm going to be making 50% more this month at linkshare then last month; and my sales just increased by 10% almost at shareasale... I think I need to get ready for Christmas soon!!!!!!

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    Great news Jason . Keep building pages and the traffic will keep building. When traffic builds, sales increase.



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    Hits or unique visitors. I understand the two are not the same...(?)

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    Anne, that's a good point. The difference between a hit and unique visitor is vastly different. On a site like mine, with lots of graphics, using hits as a measure of popularity is useless. Just opening my home page yields like 10-20 hits due to various graphics and things. Generally, unique vistitors is the stat to use for your web site traffic. "Hits" just vastly inflates how much traffic you are actually receiving.

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    Unique visitors and page views are much more instructive metrics than hits.

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