My Site Has Low Traffic
Amazingly low traffic. It baffles me. I give and I give and yet no one comes or returns. Perhaps it is apt to compare me to <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sisyphus" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Sisyphus</strong></a>
Oh well, it’s well met and probably deserved. The point is this allows me to scrutinize the traffic. So as I am scrutinizing over the traffic as I do, verifying that I am still ‘off-the-grid-Jamie’, I notice, Someone read a post…and another…and another and at this point, they must have realized the mistake they had made.
Am I making too big of a deal out of this? No, you see, you are also missing a crucial part of the puzzle…They were referred from Google.
But Jamison! You are an SEO expert, self-acclaimed Batman of SEO (just started that one, hope it takes off), how can you be surprised?![wpforms id=”12401″]
Because my SEO keywords are mostly Land Before Time. That almost guarantees that this person was searching for Land Before Time and also is a man of sophistication. This person has my respect and I even create a post with minimal typos in the dedication of this person.
Let’s queue up the music
I respect this person enough for visiting my low traffic site (can you guess the key word for this post?) That I made everyone deal with an auto-play video. Random person, I hope you come back and notice this. Cheers.
Wait…the slug says benefits of low-traffic sites…I only listed one…huh…would you look at that…
low bandwidth costs! Those are two benefits! Not worrying about maintenance on a live site, we are at three! Fewer hack attempts! 4! No one to be judgemental over maintaining consistency on numbers, Five!
I believe that last paragraph to be completely grammatically correct, and it is blowing Grammarly’s mind.