One of my blog sites is getting a 17000 visits a month.

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This is according to host gator. This site is kinda crappy so how is this possible? It ranks for nothing. Are all these visits from spam bots? must be. I just found this number odd.
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  • Profile picture of the author squadron
    Originally Posted by Dmreed4311 View Post

    This is according to host gator. This site is kinda crappy so how is this possible? It ranks for nothing. Are all these visits from spam bots? must be. I just found this number odd.
    It may just be traffic from Chinese bots looking for holes. What unique visitor numbers do you get from Google Webmaster Tools or statcounter.com?

    If you want to get lots of free traffic from Chinese bots, pepper you blog posts with keywords like: patent, blueprints, plans, business plans, secret formula, copyright, japanese design, iphone development, iphone software and so on
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      Originally Posted by squadron View Post

      It may just be traffic from Chinese bots

      If you want to get lots of free traffic from Chinese bots
      Spot the racist..

      You forgot about Russian bots.
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Gosh, every time someone's mentions some country he is automatically a racist. :rolleyes:

        Probably spam bots yes, did you have comments open for quite some time? Could be that your part of some lists that are getting shared on the web. I had that once as well with some site, 40.000+ pending comments lol.
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    install real time tracking software and look at the traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Oscarfishlover
      I wouldn't get too excited, I have the same thing happening with a couple of websites that aren't particularly important. Your best bet is to install Google tracking and use Google analytics to see who has been visiting your website. If you're getting hardly any action from search engines then you know that it's just rubbish traffic that you're getting.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrhmamun
    Try to uninstall third party and unreliable plugin........
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