Seo, the blogging platform formerly owned by Yahoo, is seeing a dramatic rise in traffic, as it continues to grow its blog traffic.
As of last month, the platform had more than 7 million unique visitors.
In the past six months, traffic has increased from 7,800 unique visitors in October to over 17,000 visitors in January.
Google News’ Stephen Clements wrote that the growth in traffic was due to the platform’s new blog engine, which is now capable of reading more than 30 million blog posts per month.
The platform has been adding more posts to the blog system, allowing for more posts per day, but the company’s Chief Product Officer, David Kraske, told Google News that traffic growth was also linked to the company growing its audience in terms of the number of unique visitors it had.
Kraske added that he did not believe the increased traffic would have an impact on the platform if it were not for the platform having been created by Yahoo.
“We have more traffic than we ever have, so we’re going to be able to sustain the growth of the platform as long as the traffic stays up,” he said.
If we don’t we’ll get burned out.””
But when we go from 8 million to 7 million we have to make sure we can continue to grow the number that are going to get on the blog.
If we don’t we’ll get burned out.”
The rise of blogs, however, has also seen increased seo activity.
In the past month, Google News reported that the platform saw an increase in traffic from 2.2 million unique users to more than 8 million.
It is also said that seo’s traffic has been increasing faster than the rest of the web.
However, the rise in seo users is not just due to increased traffic, but also due to its growth in square space traffic, according to Google News.
Square space traffic has tripled since September, reaching a record high of 9.5 million.
However, Google has not yet commented on the growth figures.