After a day of moving a three bedroom house into a HUGE 4th floor walk-up apartment, I signed on to check my HP account.
One of my hubs has gone semi viral... (I don't know how many views it takes to be called viral) Google analytics has put my traffic as a 1971.4% increase in daily traffic. I've nearly doubled my entire traffic to hub pages in the last 4 months in one day *does happy dance* I even got adsense clicks! Woot!
And it's taking three of my other hubs with it... they are receiving about a tenth of the traffic of the original hub. All from facebook.
I know this is old hat to a lot of you, but I wanted to brag
Sounds brilliant Melissa! I've never had a hub go viral but Facebook seems to be the place it happens! Congratulations
by Person of Interest3 years ago
I thoroughly enjoyed HP's latest blog post about a viral hub. Here's the first paragraph:"Just a few days ago, Hubber Kelly Brown (Brownie83) took Facebook by storm with her viral Hub, 10 Things Nurses Don’t Want...
by MagKaye3 years ago
Hello hubbersI've read a couple of post where a hubber will say their post 'went viral'. So what would you consider, in number of views, is 'viral'?I have one particular hub that has had roughly 1500 views since i put...
by Wayne Tully7 years ago
I've published 6 hubpages now and so far the adsense earnings are quiet, but that is to be expected and should not increase after I finish this 30 day challenge.I have had an increase of views to over 1000 which was...
by Fiction Teller3 years ago
I've never had a hub go viral, so I have no idea what I'm talking about. All that qualifies me is that I regularly share and read "viral" material. As we look at alternatives to Google for traffic,...
by Lisa Vollrath2 years ago
So, I just logged in after almost 18 hours without power, to discover that my article on The Woodmen's Circle Home is getting slammed with traffic. It usually gets under 100 views in a day. So far today, Google...
by Oyewole Folarin3 months ago
I'm so excited to see one of my hubs showing up in Featured Snippets. This is responsible for the sudden increase in traffic to the hub. A big thank you to editors and fellow hubbers.
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