But, much like the term "organic" suggests, search traffic is very much alive, a living breathing thing with a short attention pan and prone to change.
The algorithm that loves your spun up spit out B2BL multi-tiered pyramid of content today may very well sandbox your money site tomorrow.
This is a realization I had in the past week, when one of my newer money sites producing an avg $48 a day (enough for some families to live on, in some worlds!) got sand boxed from the main money keywords, and now no longer ranks at all.
Luckily there are other sources of revenue and the only choice is to continue to move forward with other sites, but, much like anything, I am thankful that the passion I have for this is rooted in personal hobby, before business op.
It is a dangerous affair to receive Google money, without being employed by them. Digital share cropping and decentralization of labor to the fullest extent.
As asked before in my introduction thread:
"Do you have any suggestions for folks who might be looking to start a forum? Specifically methods to gain more users?"
The truth is that most of these 68,000 forum registrations happened during a time of great virility, when the website was receiving 110,000 unique hits per day.
I had an incredible competitive advantage during that time frame, equipment that was costing me $10,000 per month. However, when that visceral internet interest waned, this money site too fell folly to SERPdom.