why is is that one particular hub will have a great increase in traffic for one day, then fall off again?
sometimes it's an older hub that had no activity the day before and then very little the day after
I had the same question but then I realized "enjoy it till it lasts!"
It could be because someone stumbling or digging your article , did you check your traffic sources to see where the traffic came from ?
Hi everyone, I'm new here. I'm also wondering how to increase the traffic for my hub. I've done SEO but I'm not yet sure if it does have an effect.
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