That's because the days before, that site averaged 10,000 or more hits per day.
At first I thought my DreamHost Private Server was down -- but that had been amazingly reliable ever since I pushed the scale up to the highest and most expensive capacity a few weeks ago.
Then when I checked the keyword activity and saw all my searches were coming from Yahoo, Ask, MSN and the like, I knew immediately what happened: The Big G punished me.
But this time, as opposed to dropping me down in the rankings (which I think is what they did before to this blog) Google totally unindexed all my website's pages out of their search engine results.
Why did Google punish my website?
I can only surmise it's because I'd been playing around with the lovely wp-o-matic plugin developed by some whiz kid. Along with all my original content, I'd use wp-o-matic to put up posts based on feeds, leading people to the Good Morning America, Today Show, or whatever videos they wanted to see.
Oh well, so much for that.
The last time Google punished this blog, it seemed to be on punishment for a few months or so -- and that's when God gave me the idea to create that dot com in the first place.
So now I look at WatchFreeEpisodes.com's punishment as another time out. Who knows how long Google will make me stay there. I guess I can email them...
But any way, this just lets me know it's time to go in another direction. More Amazon Associates advertising via Google Adwords -- and writing other stuff.
There's always a reason when something closes shop.
Another bigger and better and brighter shop is bound to open...