One site is health related magazine, the other one is kinda product review aggregator. Used to be at steady traffic levels. About 700-800 visitors on health magazine, but for last 3-4 days, we are down to just about 50-60% of that.
Do you see something similar in your stats? Any confirmation by google? I found SERoundtable flash news about it, but doesn't look like a critical update. At least google says it's just a regular update they do on daily/weekly basis.
Other sites stay about the same traffic wise.
Short update to my updated content on the site I bought 12 months ago:
I updated the content one year ago, just about the time of my post here. SE traffic has increased by more than 50% since then. Not sure how or why, but obviously google knows a way to compare content version over time and updated content is valuable for them. At least that's how it looks now from my perspective. Since I checked last year period stats, I can clearly tell that the content was getting more and more traffic over time and it's nearly doubled now. 50% is one year average.
Hello! guys I am facing the problem, to find keyword monthly search volume and CPC of my 10 keywords, with 4 different countries. plz, help me out. and suggest any free bulk keyword tool or tell how to find manually in the google?
Hi. If you are using Google Ads, so you have some balance there, their keyword planner is pretty good "free" way to research keywords. You can choose location, language and match type. Other than Ads, there are other tools, but all of those I use are paid afaik. They have some kind of free features, but it doesn't help too much. For example keywordtool.io shows you keyword suggestions, but you don't get the volumes and CPCs, which is what you are looking for. Anyway, I'd probably suggest something like kwfinder.com or keywordtool.io. Get a free trial for 7 or 14 days, not sure. That's long enough time to dig data you need.
I have recently taken over the site I bought, and it has pretty good content that works. It's old content, not a whole lot of it, but written by professional, gets nice amount of google traffic.
First idea was to interlink the content, add some references, and maybe sell some high quality links in those old articles to cover my investment back. Question is though, isn't this blackhat practice? Worried about penalties...
I've recently developed a website, it's ranking fine in other search engines such as Bing, Yahoo, and DuckDuckGo. But in Google it can't be found. I'm no SEO expert but there's no obvious warnings in Google Analytics or Google Search Console.
The website is www.ambulo.me. Can someone have a look and see what I'm doing wrong?