A good approximation of what this drop looks like is right here, with my Weebly analytics display:
I argued with Weebly staff about this in October (see letters at end of article) and November, and they were never straight with me. Because I’m a professional at arguing, I was able to get my year of Weebly service refunded and still use the services. For the next month however, the way their responsive design was causing my images to jump around and screwing up old posts, it wasn’t worth it.
At this point the obvious question becomes, why do business with this company? Still to this day they’ve not adequately explained this change, why it occurred, or why there are still occasional discrepancies in rankings, like this one from December:
There are few options but to grin and bear it. It sucks, in other words, and I know I’m not alone in thinking that.
Does Weebly care?
They lied to me, and did so for years. What’s more, they never said they were sorry for doing that. In fact, now they’re just asking me for more money:
Still pretty good, huh? And I have a feeling I’ll get up to 3,000 unique visitors a day for real…it just might take awhile.
Until then, thanks for visiting!
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