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These posts were not bouncing around, going from 200 visits to 800 visits each week. The blue line and corresponding number highlights the weekly average for each post, which we will compare to the graph below. It took me about 15 minutes to update all of the publishing dates for the blog posts. I began collecting traffic data again on April 26th, giving Google a week to crawl and process the changes. This graph shows the average organic traffic that each post received for the first four full weeks (April 26 through May 23) after republishing.
I expected a lift, but I was surprised at how significant it was.
In the years following the United States' adoption of the UCC, Congress commissioned multiple studies on a general revision of copyright law, culminating in a published report in 1961.
A draft of the bill was introduced in both the House and Senate in 1964, but the original version of the Act was revised multiple times between 19 (see House report number 94-1476). 22 of the 94th Congress by a vote of 97-0 in the Senate on February 19, 1976. 22 was passed by a vote of 316-7 in the House of Representatives on September 22, 1976.
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Look at some of those posts, doubling in average traffic over a one month period. Faking the date on a blog post had a major impact on my traffic levels. 16 received a lift as well, but was too small to register on the graph.
The traffic numbers for that post were too low to be statistically significant in any way.