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What Should Count as Meaningful Blog Traffic?

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  1. Mike says:

    I like to think that at least some of the search engine traffic consists of people doing meaningful research and finding a post on point.

    Like… the law relating to the Jennifer Aniston topless pics? ;)

  2. Let’s be clear: there’s no reason a blog with 30-50K visitors can’t do 500-1000$/month in ads. And AdBrite sucks for monetization ;-)

  3. geoff manne says:

    For what it’s worth, we at TOTM get almost no hits from random web searches. The few hits we do get via Google and the like are always pretty targeted (e.g., “Truth on the Market,” or the title of a recent blog post). Maybe it’s time for a Pamela Anderson sex tape post!

  4. Harvard Law Student says:

    I, for one, became a regular reader of this site after linking to it from another blog (don’t remember which one).

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