are the same hubs that you were getting the most traffic from before now in the
lead as before or are different hubs in the lead? My traffic is coming back but
different hubs than before are now in the lead. I don't know why. Is anyone else
I'm down on views. Higher than immediately after, as I dropped 50% overnight, but not back to normal yet.
My views have gone up a bit, but no where near where I was prior to the update. One of my hubs that was not popular prior to the update has taken off afterwards, and is now my best performing hub. But that varies day to day, nothing is consistent anymore.
I lost about 50% of my viewers by the end of June. For the last three days it was going up on the hubs where I lost the most of viewers, but then again today I've lost again around 30%, so I don't know what's really happening. Plus google don't index my hubs
Dannycarray---This is interesting. I did not have enough nubs in June to notice one way or the other. By September I thought I'd got the hang of things. Then the drop and a bit has come back, but different hubs of mine are popular now.
Google does not index your hubs? Hmmmm I wonder why they do not index your hubs. I have not check all of mine but the ones I have checked seem to appear......maybe someone can enlighten us.
I now have two thirds of my traffic up from one third over past few days. One of my good articles has not fully recovered. Other two have. I just coast along from day to day and see what happens and chill out
by Jonathan Cooper 17 months ago
I attempt to try my best to improve my traffic and increase my earnings of Google Adsense, but it seems that I can still earn only a little per day. Do you have any tip and suggestion on how to get more traffic for your hubs at Hubpages?
by Buildreps 3 years ago
Just checked it on Alexa.com, and realized which (alleged) effect the Panda updates of Google has on traffic. Although I'm still happy with the traffic my Hubs have, are the foundations increasingly eroding. Are there any ideas to change this trend? http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/hubpages.com
by qeyler 17 months ago
I've been writing here for quite a few years, I go back to the ancient era before the 'featured' 'not featured' declension.I have found that 'fixing' a Hub which is not featured is a total waste of time, as in a day or so, after a fix, it is back to unfeatured. I did an experiment and I can...
by Janet Giessl 4 years ago
I joined HubPages about 1 year ago and I have only written 13 hubs. Out of these 13 only 2 hubs are getting good traffic. That's why I deleted 11 hubs and left these 2 hubs on here. I'm not sure if I should go on with writing here. I think I would still keep my account because I like the HubPages...
by Cassandra Goduti 5 years ago
Hubpages looks like they are going to go through everyone's hubs and ones they once considered quality they are now going to consider throw away for the 700-1200 length. So ones that were at one time featured may no longer be featured.
by Rajinder Soni 6 years ago
Hi,It has been constant now. The traffic is not going up at any part of the day. It is always down. When HP will get rid of google's claws? Please let me know if anyone has an answer for this.
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