This blog continues to set new traffic records as traffic goes through the roof for inexplicable reasons. At 2,286, or nearly 2,300 hits/week, the site’s traffic is approaching the traffic of the old site, which was at 2,700 when it was pulled by Google. Traffic on Blogger is at 286 visitors/day, so combined between the two sites it is 2,572 hits/day. That’s only 130 hits/day below the peak. So things are moving right along. After a new daily record of 3,193 hits/day was set on June 11, several new records were set: 2nd highest hits/day: 2,511 on June 12, 3rd highest hits/day: 2,355 on June 14, 4th highest hits/day: 2,255 on June 15 and 5th highest hits/day: 2,250 on June 13. It’s interesting to ponder at what traffic point advertisers actually start buying ads. The Hungarian site discussed in the Roma/Hungarian girls video just below this post gets 75,000 visitors/day. They also have eight banner ads on the site. But 75,000 visitors/day for a small audience like the Hungarian speaking Net must be a lot bigger slice than 75,000 visitors/day for say US English speakers. Bottom line is almost all bloggers at under ~6,500 visitors/day are either seriously panhandling or don’t care about money. Steve Sailer, Half Sigma and others in that category panhandle on a regular basis. Not that I blame them. If they didn’t, they’d make pennies an hour, if that. Even American Renaissance, where traffic figures are not available but seem to be at least 20,000 visitors/day, seems to have its hand out a lot. Google “make money on the Internet” and you will probably get a million hits. Not to bitch but for those of us in the game, it seems like some kind of a joke. The only way is having a pay site, and that’s a tough row to hoe. Consider if I charged people to read my stuff. No one would read.
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