The recent change to using niche sites has doubled the number of views my hubs are getting. As someone who writes on a number of topics, this has been just what my work needed. I'd like to thank the staff for making the changes; for always being professional; and for putting up with me for this long. I doubt the staff hear enough of this sort of thing; so thanks... keep being great.
I don't have any credits to niche sites. But, I hope it will be of much use in future for me also. So, I always am with all of you and love HubPages very much.
Thank you Thomas, and others in this thread, for the kind words! We're keeping a close eye on the traffic stats (which are looking good), but it's so much more rewarding to hear that so many individual Hubbers are having a good experience with the Network Sites.
I reckon HP need a new name to cover the new empire.
Google has Alphabet, how about (raiding the thesaurus)...
Actually, Ambit would be rather nice, all on its own, but probably taken.
Hambit might be less good.
I know that I should type "thank you, HubPages," and I do, thank you that is, but here lately (a rural term) I have not had that many comments to thank you for, so at least I am thankful to you for understanding.
E.G. Christy, Matt, Camille.
I said a similar thing it really is good to see the views going up makes it all worthwhile!
Many of my Hubs that have been moved to niche sites are doing really well. Definitely some improvements in traffic/earnings. Really was a good move to create these niche sites.
Same here. The team's subtle editing is professional and helpful. All my moved articles are at the top of the list on my stats page.
I'm sorry I can't say the same. Ever since my best hubs were edited by Hubpages staff some time ago and now shifted to niche sites, my views and earnings have plummeted.
I noticed my views and earnings are up significantly since several hubs have been moved to niche sites. Coincidence, or are these niche sites the cause? Either way, I'll take it! Something is working! :-)
Hubpages Rocks! I agree this article site stands the test of time. Squidoo closed its website and Examiner . com closed its site as well. Many Hub-members are talking about transferring their articles from the sites that were shutdown and bringing them over to Hubpages. Thank you Hubpages! for going the extra mile, only the strongest and fittest will survive.
I have had three hubs moved. They had a spike for a couple of weeks but now settled back with normal traffic, and not at the top of my hub tree. Still, I congratulate HubPages on the initiative which seems to have benefitted most of those with hubs chosen for the niche sites.
Hi, Yes I am also seeing an increase in traffic on hubs moved into niche.
by Christy Kirwan7 weeks ago
Many people have asked how the new sites are performing so far. The latest Newsletter provides a general overview, but I'd also like to invite Hubbers who have had Hubs moved to discuss your experiences here. Overall,...
by John D Wilson2 months ago
The chart showed a loss of about 55% of the traffic on Hubpages in the last 6 months.I also looked at the traffic trends on some of the niche sites, and they don't seem to be making up for the loss.In fact the bounce...
by meloncauli2 years ago
This has got to be some sort of joke. This site is not an easy place to make a fast buck. I knew that when I started. I then did the apprenticeship. It hasn't done me one iota of good. I have written well over 70 hubs,...
by Ray9 months ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that...
by Rafini11 days ago
As a returning hubber I have many, many questions that I really don't want to keep bothering the forums with. I'd much rather read about it in a hub, however, my search questions usually take me outside...
by Kylyssa Shay10 months ago
Only the best Hubs on HubPages are being moved to niches, so everything on the niche sites is spam free and trash free. There are no pieces written in broken English or written in ways that appear to be spun. Everything...
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