There was a plunge in traffic a few weeks ago that alot of people had affect them. Then my traffic came back to normal.
On the 25th of september, my traffic has completely gone to a big 0. Firstly my hubs were removed from google completely now I just checked a hub I was on the first page for, it now on the 9th page on google.
Is their something wrong with my hubs? or is it something to do with the new subdomain change. My traffic had tripled after the subdomain change now these plunges have destroyed my traffic.
That's probably the problem. Do you not use Facebook or Twitter etc?
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