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#1 neilkil76

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 01:02 PM

I noticed to of the sites I work on got a drop in the traffic. One lost 2/3 of the traffic and the other lost half of it traffic both happened over the weekend of this Oct, 25 with a slight dip in friday traffic the 23rd. It a little too new for the blogs to have mentioned it. Both sites are old, one is a legal website/blog in spanish that has hundreds of pages linked has linked google plus authorship but had pengiun problems in the past. Another one a old through up microsite that not been updated for years. 

 

I know penguin rolled out on OCT 17 a full week in advance and there was no loss of traffic until a week later. I thinking if this could an aftershock.



#2 Jill

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 02:28 PM

You can't really go by the exact dates. And really, it shouldn't matter if which update it is. Obviously, if you've lost that much Google traffic, you've got a lot of work ahead of you to fix things. 

 

See my 18 SEO Killers article to see what you might be doing wrong.






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