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.
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