Hubpages has recorded that my overall traffic has more than quadrupled in just a single day, yet not according to Adsense. According to them, the traffic on my hubs is normal, even slightly less than average. Has anyone else seen something similar? What could be causing such a difference in results?
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by TIMETRAVELER24 years ago
I'm guessing it's because school started this week, but today my page views have taken a drastic drop. They have been cut by more than half...is this happening to anybody else?
by Peter-Jan Celis6 years ago
Hi,Is it possible that the time right after a big event such as Black Friday actually has less (much less...) search engine traffic than normal?Because this is what I am seeing for my hubs... had a nice spike, now big...
by Fiction Teller7 years ago
I've noticed my impressions have diminished by about a third for the last few days. It's the kind of thing I usually associate with a holiday, but I'm not sure what's going on right now. Maybe the start of...
by Dr. John Anderson2 years ago
A huge traffic spike has occurred on Quantcast up 21%!!! Strangely the increase was mostly for non-mobile traffic. It may be just a single page spike (meringue peak). Here's hoping Panda has forgiven and forgotten!!!...
by ryankett6 years ago
For the whole duration of July and August I will be creating 10 Dofollow backlinks per day for my hubpages.All of this effort is with the intention of whipping up a storm when Google do their major quarterly Page Rank /...
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
There has been a huge traffic spike over the last two days that has appeared in my traffic as well. It is not shown by Squidoo. This time it may be a general increase rather than being due to one or two hubs going...
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