A note on Spikey traffic.

It looks like I was the first to post about the Baby Blizzard Bear.  I even beat the Wow insider Post by a fraction,  and to be honest I only posted it because given us Aussies ( and the Kiwi’s) have the advantage of datelines when it comes to dates ( but not TV networks, Wrath Releases and Movie releases)  I knew that I would be one of the first to announce/get it out there – and thus I got some  – and still am getting some extra Spiked traffic from Baby Blizzard Bear searches.

Whats interesting to note  – as it was when my clicking on the Npc’s Post was linked via wow insider, that I did get alot more traffic on that particular post,  but they didn’t stick around,  or should I say “Click around”     Posts like that tend to increase activity on my “About me” page too, and maybe a slight increase on posts around that one,  but for the most these new vistors click that single post and leave.

1 Response to “A note on Spikey traffic.”

  1. 1 Rohan November 24, 2008 at 7:09 pm

    Yup. I’ve never seen a permanent increase as a result of a WoWInsider link. You get a huge spike (which is thrilling) but traffic falls back to the same slope as before the spike.

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