I got so inspired to see that my hub pages raking jumped upwards and then found that traffic situation is not that much encouraging. Any suggestion from experienced hubbers?
I would think that the distinct lack of Hub development and content probably has a lot to do with levels of traffic.
i only checked out one hub, cyber home architecture...you do realize none of your links lead anywhere right?
by Emily Tack2 years ago
To satisfy my own curiosity, I would like to know why one of the hubs that was transferred from Squidoo, has such a low "hub score". I have gone over it with a fine-toothed comb, and cannot figure it out. It...
by linquish7 years ago
I am doing some experiment on hub ranking on google search and I would like to know how many of your hub get first rank in google for respective topic.Please state your hub topic.thanks.
by John Mark3 years ago
I have read many forums over the last couple of months on how traffic to HubPages has dropped considerably since July. After much investigation I believe to have figured out what has caused this drop (and I don't think...
by Bill Manning3 years ago
I've heard a lot of different answers when I ask how much traffic per day is "good" traffic for a website. I always count unique hits, not page views.There is a big difference between unique hits and page view...
by Eric Dockett19 months ago
I'm interested in some opinions here.Let's say you have an idea for a Hub. But in your research process you quickly realize you already have another Hub ranking for the topic you intended to focus on. Even though the...
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
HP obviously wants writers to commit themselves to writing more hubs. This is shown by the list of recent blog topics:How to Stick to Your Hubbing GoalsHow to Bounce Back When Sticking to Goals Gets ToughFive Goal...
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