2 years back I have created a page and is having normal page views and suddenly yesterday onwards heavy traffic diverted by yahoo search..
last one day traffic is 10% of my ever page views of that particular page.. How this sudden spurt in traffic came?
I heard that there's some type of change in the algorithm that's being used by Google. Maybe the traffic from Google has changed?
by Michael Willis4 years ago
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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 Manning5 years ago
I've been trying to get a particular article on the first page of Google ever since I made it. It's on the 3rd page now, going up and down that page.I've been making backlinks to it, around a dozen by now. It does not...
by Brandon Lobo4 years ago
I just realized that my Hubs get absolutely no views from Bing and Yahoo; however Google on the other hand still happens to send around 400 a day. Any idea why this is happening? One particular hub actually ranks...
by Anas Shad4 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering...
by Laurel Rogers4 years ago
I had to look twice at my stats today-I usually have around 60 to70 views/day-which is reasonable for my topics-because in the last 24 hours I've had 322! I am used to seeing lots of zeros next to my hubs, but it...
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