Hello. Please help me. I just added an Amazon capsule in my hub. I don't know why the traffic is falling. Can anyone see it? Thanks a lot. This is the link: <link snipped>
This is very normal. Usually a new hub will get some traffic from HP for a few weeks and maybe some search engine traffic too....then it goes quiet for a few weeks. SE traffic should pick up again in a while - a few backlinks usually helps.
P.S. Don't use your tracker in the forums!
Thank you so much. Anyway, today I see my traffic is rising again.
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