Drop in Alexa rank coinciding with February 2014
Anyone notice their Alexa rank either drop or level off somewhat abruptly around February of this year? I can't say I was ever high on Alexa but I dropped 7 million for no reason. I say no reason because I randomly checked a few other people and noticed the pattern so I doubt I did anything wrong. What the heck happened 2 months ago?
by syras mamun 7 years ago
While I was checking my sub-domain PR, I'd found that hubapges PR has once again reached to its pre-panda stage-PR 6.It's also rising in Alexa rank.
by Jennifer Arnett 3 years ago
Just for fun, what is your HubPages Sub-domain Alexa Rating?Just click on your profile and use it as a URL inside the Alexa site. Mine is about 10 million.
by Aficionada 7 years ago
HubPages' traffic ranking has been climbing in Quantcast (US traffic only). I can remember when everyone got so excited that it had broken into the top 50 group - wayyyyy back before Panda 1.0. A couple of weeks ago, HP was listed at #133. Then, as the subdomain shift began, the...
by Mark Knowles 10 years ago
I have a question about buying traffic.If one signs up for adwords or some other ad program that guarantees a certain amount of traffic, does google count this traffic when they page rank you?
by Traffic Creator 7 years ago
Do I need to pay Alexa to see my website ranking?Is there any way to check my website ranking and page ranking?
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