I'm potentially seeing a large increase in FB traffic that may well be due to the floating social media info on the hubs. Having the FB "like" stay with the reader as they scroll down the article seems to have helped spread my hub further across FB. I'm seeing more "new" readers, and the traffic for the one hub I published to my FB fan site yesterday is taking off.
Is anyone else who uses FB or other social media seeing this neat increase in traffic?
I agree! I think it's useful for hubbers to see how the changes that we make can make a difference.
by Simon Cook4 years ago
There is a significant traffic increase for Hubpages - a 38% increase in one day! Was there an algorithm update? I happened black Friday - Squidoo did not see an increase.....http://www.quantcast.com/hubpages.com
by Paul Goodman19 months ago
I'm hoping it's an update, of course, but expecting to be told it's a glitch...
by Susannah Birch19 months ago
I'm bored. Ok correction, I'm procrastinating. I randomly come on and off the forums and on this return visit I've seen SO many people questioning why their hubs aren't making money and/or getting traffic.So for as long...
by Will Apse14 months ago
Not a staggering increase, around twenty percent, but very welcome,.Seems to be across the board, from my best pages to the also-rans.This is what I need for Xmas.
by TIMETRAVELER210 months ago
I have been in touch with the team concerning a hub of mine that was unfeatured due to the fact that I had only HP traffic and no Google traffic and felt this was not fair because my article had been online for years...
by Mikeydoes5 years ago
I have personally had a little jump in trafiic yesterday and today. Not very significant, but significant enough to want to know if more people are experiencing this. may 16/2011
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