Got this email from a friend who is doing well with his Hypervre sites and pages. Thought it would interest my readers. As follows;
Hope everything is going well with you. Just something that maybe with your experience you have come across. On one of my HyperVRE web sites Google seems to have dropped most of the articles in one of the HyperVRE web sites. This has about 180 articles and was making OK money, most of them don’t seem to be coming up now for some reason.
I can go to google.ie and search locally and I did come up first from most of these terms because no competition locally.
Have you come across this where they seem to simply drop pages into the wilderness?
I’ve been watching this ever since I did my test run on Zulit.com
All of the hypervre pages get hit every 18 months or a so for a few weeks. Sometimes for a month, then BANG, they’re back in the results up high again.
Zulit’s test has been hit 4 times since those HyperVRE pages were up. Weird thing is they have always come back. Zulit’s HyperVRE was doing really well for a year and a half and then two months ago it stopped getting allot of traffic and was only getting trickle. It was still in the search results but on page 10-15 or worse!
It came back a month ago and is making the good money again. About 30-35 dollars a day total. Having the Hypervre mini-sites on a blog’s domain is the key I think. The blog gets updated with a new post every once and awhile with a real fresh article and this brings search engine attention once again the Hypervre sites down the sidebar.
When things are really kicking on the Hypervre traffic I leave things alone and when I see traffic dip – THEN I make a fresh post as if to say to the search engines,
“Hey – remember me! – I’m still here! Come see this fresh article on our domain.”
The Hypervre mini-sites pages are always changing on their own so this is why I think the search engines keep bringing them back.
I think your traffic will come back. Please keep me informed. I’m always very interested to see how other webmasters are doing with their Hypervre sites.