I would be interested in knowing how hubpages gets traffic to their site. Do they advertise anywhere? Are they featured on any websites? I'm not talking about what we as hubbers do, I mean Hubpages site creators or directors. Can anyone answer this for me please?
The point is that Hubpages gets traffic more than some other individual sites. I believe they receive the traffic from the popularity of the site. For Adword, I do not know anything about it.
Hubpages are also one of the highest ranked websites in the world. Last time I checked they were in the top 100 sites according to Alexa rankings.
by GlendaGoodWitch2 years ago
Is there a way to restore our traffic after this Panda update?
by Person of Interest20 months ago
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by literatelibran5 months ago
Sounds like there are lots of changes going on, and it seems that many Hubbers are discouraged. If you were starting from scratch on the site, would you still put in the effort to build your portfolio of hubs here, or...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
Recently there have been a lot of talk of HP in financial trouble, loss of it's Amazon Associate's account, Low traffic and whatever else there might be, whether it be Panda or Yogi bear.Is HP in trouble and will it be...
by Rajinder Soni5 years ago
My HP traffic down since last three to four days and it's a matter of great concern for me. I have already written 50 hubs for the contest but still I am not seeing the traffic that I was seeing post google algorithm...
by Mark Johann3 years ago
Know traffic updates weekly
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