I've been a member of Hubpages since September when Squidoo merged with HP. I have 13 featured hubs, but my traffic has been very low. I've noticed in the last 2 days that traffic has picked up considerably and even my seasonal hubs (which are not winter related) are getting traffic.
Has anyone else who's relatively new noticed an increase in traffic?
It didn't have any significant movements. Now it is down by 50%. I need to tweak them to improve the click rates.
I'm not new but I've seen a traffic increase. Not sure if it's site wide, but it would be cool if it was.
Just checked quantcast, and saw there was an increase in site wide traffic over the past couple days; though it was higher earlier this month and late february.
by Will Apse5 days ago
According to Google analytics, I am seeing a fifty per cent uptick in traffic compared to previous wednesdays, mainly courtesy of Dengarden and Owlcation.Anyone else basking in the benign glow of the great god Google's...
by Rahul Parashar5 weeks ago
The hubs that used to get 50-100 visits a day are down to 10-20 now. While most of the hubs have not been hit as hard, others have. Have you been affected by the update, too? What do you suggest to recover from it?
by Paul Goodman23 months ago
I'm hoping it's an update, of course, but expecting to be told it's a glitch...
by Dale Hyde4 years ago
I have noticed that for the past few weeks, especially this past seven day period, that my earnings per view has dropped dramatically. On an average, for the year I have been here, even during the slump viewing...
by momster5 years ago
Anyone else notice a huge spike in views and referral trackers? My views are up over 100 a day for couple days now and my referral trackers went from 300 to 1500.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar4 years ago
There is a sudden drop in my Hubpages views, I lost 75% views today. Am I alone experiencing this, or there are many Hubbers suffering from this type of huge drop?
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.