OK, SaaSHub had 10,000 page views yesterday. This may not seem much to many, but it is a big milestone for me. To be honest, I'm not sure what's the exact reason behind the growth for the last 2 weeks; however, the fact is that rankings on Google have increased. I've done a number of small changes here and there and any of them might be the "culprit".
The two most significant changes are:
page titles have been renamed from "Top 12 Product Name Alternatives" to "Best Product Name Alternatives".
I've removed the "nofollow" tag from a lot of links pointing to relevant external articles.
I have a feeling that the second change could be it. So many websites are using "nofollow" links only and everywhere, that Google may have started giving preference to sites with regular links. Of course, that's just a theory that I can't prove. Anyways, if you think that makes sense, you may consider giving a go to a similar strategy.
And again, if you are working on a cool new software-related startup, please, don't hesitate to submit it to SaaSHub.
p.s. I'd have loved being able to post an image along the status update / ping @channingallen