It's official.There has a substantial increase in my hub traffic.Two hubs in particular are doing ver well and are bringing at least 50 unique visitors every day!just the day before the traffic levels for these hubs were around 8 visitors.I thinks this is because of the latest google algorithm change....What do you folks think??
I'm glad you are getting more views from Google. Write more hubs and you'll get more.
You have some really nice pages, you deserve it. I have a feeling that 50 a day will just be a start.
Congrats, for finally experiencing that breakout feeling. I hope it remains consistent for a while. Did this just happen today? Sometimes when stats finally update after being down for a few days, you will get a nice spurt in views. So it's all good, but hope views will remain up for you. Good luck and keep up the quality work.
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