For the first time in 5 years, my traffic for one day has tripled. What's going on?
Awesome! Congrats. Mine is the usual weekend traffic.
I've had this happen once in awhile and frankly I think it's a glitch in the system somewhere...but enjoy it while it lasts.
Same here. I have had more hits today than I typically have in one week.
I noticed the same thing about 2 months ago and again about 2 weeks ago. I wonder if staff was able to do anything to help hubpages become more popular. I will tell you that I have also seen job postings on careerbuilder for hubpages writers so I'm wondering if people are starting to search hubpages for articles first
Had this happen yesterday. A hub that gets 80/day is at 600/day. Most from google. Does make me wonder if a bot or a glitch got it.
I have been seeing my weekend traffic go up quite a bit.
Where is the traffic coming from is the big question: check your stats and then report back!
Thanks, Paul. I just checked my traffic, but I can't tell what's happening.
There are just a few hits on dozens of my hubs -- even the ones that they have the ZZZ's, which are most of them. But the hubs that usually get a little more traffic than the others still show more hits than usual. I guess I'll just wait and see if anything changes.
Google analytics is best, but just going to "Traffic Sources" on the stats page of your HP account will give you a rough idea of where your traffic is coming from.
My traffic is taking a jump alight... Into the deep blue sea.
I've had a slight jump the last 24 hours, which is good, following a period of slow hits.
by Jennifer Richards 9 years ago
Jennifer - first of all ... don't ask for readership. Let it come. And it will come if you do the following:1. Read others work and comment/ rate it2. Take part in the forum, even if it's just asking for help or offering help to others3. Publish hubs of interest to your fellow hubbers4. Rate up...
by Jenna Inouye 5 years ago
I'm sorry if this has been answered; I'm having trouble searching the forums and I already read the FAQ.I noticed that on my traffic sources I have a lot of hits from Bing and Yahoo, but none from Google. This seems bizarre to me, as all of my other sites get three times as much traffic from Google...
by Dr. John Anderson 4 years ago
The Traffic Sources under my account/stats is showing all Zeros for last 24 hours
by multimastery 9 years ago
What are 3 of your top reporting traffic sources? Mine are Google, Yahoo and HubPages!Perhaps through this thread we can all discover new and exciting places to generate more traffic to our hubs!
by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
From around 500 - 600 a day my traffic kept falling and was constant around 350 - 400 for the past 2 months. Now it's just 85... And I'm not saying I was affected by the Panda, my hubs are still ranking around the same positions. Any idea what could be the reason? Last December it wasn't this low...
by MikeSyrSutton 4 years ago
Twitter hits used to appear under traffic sources. Why doesn't it anymore?
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