MinniePauz wrote:...but can you imagine how many people will be trying to recreate his site with his keywords, content and style? He would have been smarter not to let them tell his website.
Bobby wrote:Second, if you pay attention to his home page content, it's something that only a cell phone industry insider geek would want to come back to more than once. It's certainly not a "blog" that I'll put on my daily reading list.
Bobby wrote:If anyone disagrees with me, please post, but I'm a bit skeptical of the figures in the article - particularly the 200,000 visitors per month.
robertb wrote:I'd say the article got it right. All he'd need is between 6,000 to 7,000 visitors a day. It's not the easiest to get, but it's certainly not impossible.
Dinky wrote:As for one to the earlier comments, reference clean simple sites, I have done the same with my sites, and have seen a drastic increase in the clickthrough, though no actual increase in page hits/visits, I'm thinking clean simple is the new way to go...
that site makes about ... per month and places a string of 4 google ads under each post item that is targeted to that item.
that site has the best google ad placement strategy i have seen yet.
Fab wrote:Average Visit Length 1:03
Average Per Visit 1.9
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