There is no sign of a boost in traffic yet that some may have hoped would occur as HP competitors got hit by Mobilegeddon April 21, which is still panning out. Overall traffic racheting down from viral leap to new hand hold on the climbing wall. Time will tell.
Rumors were that this was going to help mobile friendly sites, but it hasn't been the case that we can tell for sites in our category.
I'm waiting for a Panda refresh. It's been quite a long time.
It always feels better to me to stay positive.
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by Dr. John Anderson2 years ago
The 3 month Quantcast data for HP - US Pageviews is shown below. Looks like there has been an average 10% loss of 'Quota', (average traffic) since the start if the year. There is a significant loss in mobile traffic...
by tamron3 years ago
I have been deleting and moving hub to my blog. The UN-featured hubs with no hope. Man I was shocked to see a big boost in traffic and earnings.I moved over 20 hubs which took 2 days. I had $3 in...
by TIMETRAVELER221 months ago
I had heard there was a big update coming around April 15, and now I have noticed a good sized drop in views. Anybody else having this issue? If so, we may be in the middle of another animal update!
by Buildreps18 months ago
Just checked it on Alexa.com, and realized which (alleged) effect the Panda updates of Google has on traffic. Although I'm still happy with the traffic my Hubs have, are the foundations increasingly eroding. Are there...
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 Rochelle Frank16 months ago
I've had a surprising boost in views of one of my hubs and looking for the source in stats I see they are coming from "m.facebook"-- does this mean from the mobile app for facebook? If so, I can't figure out...
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