After the sub domain switch, it took about a week, but my traffic was up to pre-panda. Yesterday, I was at close to 4K daily visitors. Today, my daily visitor stats are showing only 2k with lots of blue arrows.
Not sure what is going on, but it is very discouraging. Is anyone else showing a decrease in traffic? I am praying there is a glitch in the stats, but I doubt it.
Lots of people noticing...
I'm showing radically diminished views for two normally high-traffic hubs, but the rest are normal, as far as I can tell...so far...
Mark, thanks for directing me to the other thread, must have missed it.
by Darrin Perez3 years ago
It's exactly as the subject title states. Yesterday, I got roughly 100 more credited impressions but made roughly the same amount of money thanks to the CPM being lower.Is anyone else in the same boat as me?
by Janet213 years ago
I was getting great traffic until Panda hit in 2011 and my traffic took a nosedive. The last six months or so my traffic was increasing nicely. I was excited to work on HP again. However,...
by literal2 years ago
I've just noticed that my HS has dropped below the previous score. It's natural to expect it to drop but not below the previous score. Come on!!
by Honey Halley3 years ago
Every time I hop hubs my hubber score plummets. I would think that the time and care I put into this would improve my score. Is this a fluke or am I not doing a good job when hopping so my score falls?
by paradigmsearch2 years ago
https://www.quantcast.com/hubpages.comWhat say you?
by stanwshura3 years ago
I've gone from a 94 to an 82 in less than two weeks having done no activity until a couple of days ago. When I started this session my score was an 83! What on earth *gives*???
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