• http://www.searchmarketinggurus.com Li Evans

    Great recap Danny! Like the breakdown on the Digg stuff too.

    This also gave me a chuckle:
    So for me, Digg traffic is a nice surprise, the frosting on the cake — but I’m baking a cake with many traffic source ingredients. I’m successful if the overall line between the spikes continues to rise.

    Do you have a cookbook to follow? :)

  • http://www.webuildpages.com webuildpages

    “until trust grows”
    searchengineland.com has 57,000 backlinks (you reported yesterday) and I see 60 .edu backlinks as well…is it really getting trusted backlinks or time….I say time more… you’ve already got the trusted backlinks.

  • http://www.solaswebdesign.net Miriam

    Congratulations to Danny & Co. on such a strong showing for their first few months.

    The most interesting part of this post, for me, was your traffic graphs. I have wondered over the last couple of months how many people are coming to Search Engine Land. There seems to be a real scarcity of comments…and this is not what I would have expected, due to the extraordinary caliber of the authors and information here. Why is it, I wonder, that so few people are leaving comments?

    Perhaps, like me, they are a little shy of asking you fellows (the experts) silly-seeming questions about concepts which are, perhaps, too basic to be appropriate for such a sterling environment.

    For me, coming to Search Engine Land each day is like getting to look out of a newly-polished, crystal-clear window. Everything is so precise, beautifully presented, clean. The professional tone of this site is truly refreshing, and I just love being here. Thanks to all of you folks for making it this way, and congratulations on your first few months!
    Miriam

  • http://manojjasra.blogspot.com Manoj Jasra

    Google is absolutely dominating the other engines with 15,628 visits, it’s kind of surprising to see Yahoo providing only 2% of the traffic Google is. What’s up with MSN lagging so far behind…

  • http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/ Matt Cutts

    These posts rank among my favorite each month–keep ‘em up!