I'm not the person who's posting questions; but, am curious are any of you getting decent search engine traffic to your questions? Say about 10 a day (Decent for questions at this stage?)
It's hard to tell as there is no 'summary' for questions so you have to look at each question individually. I have a few questions beginning to get a couple of google visits, but feel it's going to take a month or so before I can tell!
I have one or two January questions that look like they could do well, and already have two questios from 2009 that considently get 5-10 visits daily.
by Oyewole Folarin4 years ago
With the recent google algorithm change, i noticed that hubbers who have spent 4 - 5 years are those having their subdomain slammed by google. Why?
by Albin Pius3 years ago
There are lots of fellow poets in here at hubpages some do not even focus on getting search engine traffic to them but writes to enjoy.If you have an idea on increasing traffic to poems please share.
by Rahul Parashar4 years ago
I know it's too early too ask, but I am curious. I have published 6 hubs but haven't got a single view from search engine traffic yet. So, How much time till you see some traffic?
by David 4706 years ago
I noticed with me, I get a lot of my traffic later after 4 PM. I believe this may be because of time zones primarily, and a few other reasons. I live on the east coast so people in the west are in different time zones...
by David Lim8 years ago
I have been with Hubpages for a few months and published a couple of hubs. I am starting to get a tiny bit of search engine traffic and I am wondering if there is any way I can know where the traffic went and what...
by greathub7 years ago
When I said that my hub is good, I really mean it.http://hubpages.com/hub/piping-and-pipesI believe that its a well written hub. I have also made sure through Google Adwords External tool that all the tags are highly...
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