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Geographical Visitor Concentration Issue...

WebJunkyWebJunky subscriber Posts: 8 Member
been meaning to ask this question for a while.
what dictates how much traffic you get from various geographical areas (aside from the theme/subject of your website)?
the reason i ask is that one of my websites that is geared for US RESIDENTS is doing very well in terms of traffic. however, only 20% or so is north american traffic.
for example, take www.easyextramoneyonline.com and run an alexa search on it.  notice how the US traffic is minimal?
now take my dubai site www.dubai-information-online.com and do the same.  i can understand these results as this site is catered to people from all around the world.
however, in the money site`s example, i am not sure why the traffic is skewed to geographical areas other than the US.
why? how to funnel targetted traffic to my area of interest (USA)?
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