Well, the visits I get are organic (my website is a software library like Softpedia, and at the moment it features about 3,000 apps added by me manually), so I can tell that I am getting traffic by the download count. I mean, unless Google has multiple IPs and those are the only visits I get. But I started at 11,000,000 something in Alexa (586 uniques according to Awstats in January and since then climbed to about 2,100,000 something, where I peaked in May (1140 uniques). Now I know Alexa isn't 100% reliable but it does help gauge popularity to a degree. What I don't know is what caused my website to peak at 1140, because I haven't changed anything of what I was doing. If anything i made it far more attractive and functional (added categories,- yes I know -, made it easier to submit software - changed the bland design, etc) and kept adding software listings. I don't do any black hat SEO (I don't know how :j), no traffic exchanges (maybe I should...) I do 10-20 updates daily, and it is not banned. But something just doesn't click, or else it would be growing, not going downwards. And since a lot of people are complaining that their traffic has dropped abruptly after the Google updates, I was wondering if that is what hit me. I know the traffic is weak (even 40 a day is ridiculous), but that is precisely the problem: I must be doing something wrong.