Without wanting to be pessimistic, it looks like the post-algo US traffic decline hasnt quite bottomed out yet:
There's nothing like a challenge though, right?
Thats encouraging to hear. My overall traffic isnt too bad but my US traffic has evaporated, and many of my hubs are Amazon focussed. Not ideal.
Is there any word on when the change will be rolled out across other locations - Australia, UK etc?
I have no clue. I don't keep up with it. I'm sure others are waiting for that too. I'm just not going to fret over it.
Hubpages staff is making all the necessary changes to put us back at the top. No worries.
Notice the new Ad placement and several other changes. So don't worry, just work on getting more views!
by Buildreps23 months ago
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by paradigm search2 years ago
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by getpaidtopost5 years ago
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by Blake Flannery19 months ago
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by Paul Goodman6 years ago
http://www.quantcast.com/hubpages.comNot quite time to get excited yet and the figures are still well down from what they were before the two slaps. But let's hope that it's the beginning of a longer upward trend,...
by jubiladay5 years ago
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