March Web Traffic and Revenue Report

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What exactly spurred the large growth in traffic during the month of March? That’s what I was wondering, and I think the answer is fairly simple – more content. Prior to March, the most articles that I had posted in a month was 16 in November, and in March, I tried to make it a point to add more content to my site to increase readership, and to increase search engine traffic.

To be honest, I can’t really tell if I increased my readership by all that much, however, I did increase my search engine traffic immensely. And when I say that I increased my search engine traffic, I mean that the traffic that comes to my site from Google increased, because I really don’t seem to get much (if any) traffic to my site from other search engines. By adding more content, I think my site became more relevant to more searches, and that’s why I ended up getting so much more traffic from Google. So in actuality… Google increased the search engine traffic that comes to my site. In March, Google accounted for nearly 80% of all of my traffic! Check out the chart below.

March Revenue Report - Visits by Source

In March, MSN accounted for 3.05% of all traffic, and Digg traffic fell significantly to 2.84%. It’s impressive that Google sends my site over three-quarters of all its traffic; am I complaining? No, I’m not complaining, I’m just astounded about how powerful Google has become (see my Google Owns You! article).

How Much Money Did You Make?

What’s the point of even reading my blog? To find out tips and tricks on making money right? So how much did I make? Find out on the next page.

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