According to Incapsula, bots went from 51% of web traffic in 2012 to 61% of web traffic this year for a 21% year-over-year increase. The cloud computing firm found that most of the increase in bot traffic was due to increased activity by “good bots” like search engines. Spam bots, comparatively, are on the decline. However, the fact remains that any self-congratulatory remarks about a blog reaching a visit and/or page view milestone or blog rankings based on those metrics are wild inflations of this form of “social media.” If the bot traffic trend continues at this pace, pretty soon one will have divide web traffic stats by four to come up with a reasonable estimate of human mouse clicks and eyeballs. — Joe
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