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Long Time No Post

Long time no post here. The reason for that is I did a little experiment. We'll right now I am a bit confused as ever. Or probably they just outworked me. But that can't be the case since someone I know who will not stop working ended up the same as this blog.

The rules must have changed a bit. That is the only explanation I can see.

This only means one thing. It's time to relearn.

Now what am I talking about? Nothing. This is just me thinking out loud. Never mind. Now move along. :)


dannybuntu said…
Ah, speaking in riddles, eh. Confused like Confucius.

We all are overworked.

Someone you know ended dormant.

The rules always change.

It is always a time to relearn.

You are talking about everything.

Temujin said…
Haha. Speaking in riddles ba?

This is actually just another experiment. lol.

Let's see what will happen.
Temujin said…
Traffic increased compared to yesterday. ;)

Looks like frequent update is now important.

How frequent, that is another question.

dannybuntu said…
So, frequent update is important if you are optimizing a particular set of keywords. like "Mike Arroyo + Villar"? Siguro pag hot yung topic. If it's about the "Correllation of Thermodynamic Physics with the Principle of Uncertainty" malamang the traffic would stay the same no matter how many posts you would make.

I think focus should be on the people who might want to read.

Man, ako naman, I feel terrible. PR is back to 0. Traffic is down 70%. I've lost my 100 guaranteed traffic from how to "install firefox debian", and I am now getting a whopping 20 people on my blog everyday. x_x

Arg.. So frustrating.

Hindi na nga ako makapag freelance because I am obssessing over this.
Temujin said…
walang kasiguruhan dito pre. priority mo freelance mo. dito di natin alam mangyayari. saka dapat marami ka talagang website tapos bahala na kung sino mag success.
shotgun approach ba.


dumami lang traffic dahil may nakita si search robot na content. pero yung mga article na importante down pa rin.
Temujin said…
seems it got flag as active. that is why nag rank ulit yung ibang articles. pero yung target ko talaga wala pa. ;)

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