I was only able to run about half the questions through a search engine I found that the majority of them where SEO competitive. I truncated the ones with long titles to a basisc two or three word search term, a couple did not make the first couple of pages, but a few did make first page generally above the fold. (above the fold is the first 5 results where the majority of users click)
The numbers for Poker SE have improved in the time I have been looking at them. Visits per day where floating around 650 and now are floating around 1000 visitors a day. Indicating that we are getting more visitors from search. Questions have risen from 0.2 a day to 1.6 a day, not stellar but progress.
The stat that bothers me the most is the users stat, 108 users with a score of 200, 4 above 2000, and 2 above 3000+ rep. I think there were 104 users with 200+ rep the first time I looked, and the other two numbers were the same.
Thinking critically the site is growing, but we still have a leadership problem. Not enough experts, one particular moderator that over moderates. Stifling the democratic process of SE to define what is relative to a subject. This mods stock reason for closing a question is that the OP could of found the answer to the question by searching on the internet. A perfectly silly reason to me, it assures nobody would ever find the answer at Poker SE, and that the user would never risk asking a question here again.
I also saw in the last critical review that one of the moderators just was not moderating anymore. I think appointing another mod or two would be helpful, I am interested, and there are a number of guys on here that I would like to see nominate themselves.
I think everybody needs to pitch in a little more to make this a better site. Bring some of these questions along, with questions to the OP, with edits, work on tags a little more. Even though we have a great question to answer ratio, to many people are posting comments as answers. I would like to see the answers where they belong, so they can be voted on and there is not so much clutter in comments. I would like to see more voting, especially with new users, make them feel welcome and engaged.