Have just been looking at my analytics in some detail and happy to say that I have double my traffic in a month, with a 65% increase in Google organics, pretty happy with that, just got to keep it up. Started to do this properly on 20th December so in fact just under a month, feeling pretty chuffed at the moment, hence the cheeky bit of self promotion and patting on the back :p I have a goal of 1000 page views per day in 12 months, currently at 200 do you think that's possible?
by Elayne6 years ago
I'm stoked because I just realized I passed the payout minimimum - I've almost been here a year and have learned so much (with much more to go). Thanks Hubpages for all the education, and being an outlet for my...
by Barry Rutherford7 years ago
I have been writing hubs at Hubpages for two years now. I notice since I commenced creating a hub a day on the thirty day hubchallenge that my visitor numbers have increased 100%.What is the experience of all you...
by Sophia Angelique5 years ago
Hi,I’d appreciate your evaluation of how I’m doing. According to Google Analytics, for the most part, not too well when measured against sites of the same size.Here are my figures:I joined HP on November...
by kschang5 years ago
I know I didn't put a link in Twitter or Reddit, or Lifehacker, but my traffic just doubled, and checking the various traffic sources seem to indicate that the traffic is actually result from Google searches! Is this a...
by Susan Keeping5 years ago
Just looked at my hub stats and there are lots of red arroes, traffic is 300 more than yesterday. About 200 above normal. Things are looking up.
by BundleBoy7 years ago
Instead of fiddling around with Google Adsense and Analytics to figure out which Hub is making me money, Can the team add a new feature to show number of ad clicks for each hub?I am techie and I have been fiddling...
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