Bing has indexed the site far better than Google and traffic from Bing has been improving rapidly.
Bing and Google are now equally delivering organic traffic. Bing shows almost double the clickthrough rate of Google suggesting Bings Index is better focused for gaming. Google was the first to crack 1000 page views per month so now the net benchmark is 5K each. Smaller search engines represent mayby 5% of organic search traffic with duckduckgo growing fast.
Direct traffic is still the most common entry here. Referrals are also common from various sources. For some reason Google does not consider cn.bing.com to be organic even though its bing.
Looking at users most are hit and run but a growing number are taking a look at the posts more closely. Most land on some post or other but many jump to home page to see the new content. Most spend very little time on a post, which is why I keep the short for the most part. The attention span seems to be rather short which seems to be part of the human experience. This is why posts are not too large to keep readers focused without a lot of fluff.
Content popularity also influences traffic substantially. Top pages lately include:
- Error Code 0X80073D0F
- Repair Xbox X|S games.
- Gigabyte PSU failures
- Fenvi Wifi Problems
- Catalog of GT 710 playable games
- Catalog of GT 1030 playable games
- Video Card Overheating
- LX-3600W PSU
The old Crysis review has a fix for modern Windows and it is now one of the most popular posts on the site. Some old smash hits include:
Bing has overtaken direct traffic. Some days Bing delivers hundreds of page views. Other days Google does this, no rhyme or reason.
Search any engine wth “hardcoregames”:
|SEARCH ENGINE||PAGE RANK||CHANGE|
|Baidu||not found||thegameasylum is indexed 9th but hardcoregames.ca is not found|
Яндексу необходимо поработать над тем, как функционирует их база данных и возможно использовать искусственный интеллект, чтобы он лучше выбирал контент как в русскоязычном, так и англоязычном сегменте интернета.
The chart has shown some month over month improvement but the dilutives effect of trademark infringers will be dealt with accordingly.
Site traffic comes from the planet, literally. Some days it can be very busy when a news item gets picked up by Bing or Google. Traffic can come in bursts suggesting some social comments or non-English forums I do not use. Traffic patterns also vary widely by the time of day. This graphic was make at 12:00 GMT-8. This screenshot is typical for traffic, hardly gets above 15 per Google’s perspective, instead traffic is more random pages from search. Direct traffic tends to be the home page.
According to one report in Google Analytics, the site runs maybe 1000-2000 daily users who visit on a 28-day rotation. This is more or less consistent with my own logs for users.
Been getting a lot of traffic from the Black Sea area. I know that the waterway has millions of people there and that fishing is the main part of the economy. Many from northern areas are known to also vacation there.
Ad blocking has really badly trashed the advertising industry. There are still ads on YouTube suggesting Google is still stupid. Google slashed compensation for content. The security tool here simply offers a black screen to adblock users. Google’s search is an inverted index and since about 2001 or so this is now able to be fit into main memory which makes the search faster. The index is partitioned by document IDs into many pieces called shards. Each shard is replicated onto multiple servers. In June 2010, Google rolled out a next-generation indexing and serving system called “Caffeine” which can continuously crawl and update the search index. Previously, Google updated its search index in batches using a series of MapReduce jobs. The index was separated into several layers, some of which were updated faster than the others, and the main layer wouldn’t be updated for as long as two weeks.
SMALLER AND FOREIGN SEARCH ENGINES
Baidu has moved up the list of referrals slightly. This suggests they have used the Petal search results for their own use. Baidu probably translates posts automatically for the domestic market. Petal is apparently owned by Huawei.
Yandex has the site on the radar albeit way down the list and DuckDuckGo has become a major search engine. It has been seen on the top 100 websites. They outrank many competitors,
SEO hucksters seem to be spending more effort on marketing instead of developing better tools. Google focuses more on content than anything but in recent years some crafty web developers have discovered how to game the system. It seems that SEO hucksters not able to identify malicious web sites like Google does. I have all the known hustlers blocked in robots.txt which they all now obey.
Some offer basic free accounts but the have nothing that is really useful for WordPress.
The uses online tool has been actively developed. A security tool also allows a blacklist which simplifies the work. It may be necessary to manage a blacklist tool as well. At the bottom of any post there is now a snapshot of the current traffic on the site. The status on the administration panel is more detailed.
There are a total of 25 users online now. Last 30 minutes: Hardcore Games, 4 Guests, 20 Bots Most users ever online were 308, on September 11, 2021 @ 7:29 AM
A new record high suggests the site is finally slowly reaching its full potential.
The usual trademark infringers are dilutive and when I get around to it, the are going to face trademark litigation. On the todo is a long list of claims. Once COVID-19 is history the studio will be more powerful and able to provide better content.
Retirement, when I fall over dead. Regardless that I feel Left 4 Dead, if I can still press the fire button I can still play Halo. Floating dead in space, somebody retrieves the body of the Master Chief and powers me up. I cold boot back to life. Now I can return for a new saga in Halo: Infinite.
Been updating a lot of posts on the site based on search engine results. Keywords are not necessarily very useful but URL taxonomy is more useful. There is lots of room now for a title with the theme in use and the layout.