Yesterday I noticed a fairly significant rise in traffic. Today, however, my traffic is dropping like a rock. I've also noticed that all of my hubs have been buried in the SERPS, completely. Has anyone else noticed something similar? Is there another update due about this time?
I read that 'G' sent out a new algo. Something about giving priority to 'paid' advertisers over organic searches. It will be felt by many I guess.
http://smallbiztrends.com/2012/09/googl … +Trends%29
Even so, in the serps for my best performing hubs all the organic searches are still showing, except mine.
Hollie - read this thread > http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/103621 google apparently tweeted to expect 'flux'
Hi Redberry, I saw it earlier on a webmasters forum. Feeling a little more positive because it appears that the new algo was only rolled out this morning, so perhaps, it's only a temporary situation.
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