My traffic took a huge hit over the changes google did some time ago but my traffic has slowly crept back up to where it used to be, may even a little more traffic then I had before. I stopped wrting for awhile because I was bummed about the drop and traffic. Now that its back up there I will have to start writing again.
I hear you, redwhiskeypete. I also stopped writing after my subdomain got slapped by the Google Penguin in April and lost 56% of my traffic. But it seems that Hubpages just got on Google's "good list" so it's definitely time to start writing again. Cheers!
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by Lorelei Cohen3 years ago
This drop in traffic seems to have affected the majority of us who transitioned here from Squidoo. After we updated our articles are traffic virtually stopped dead. The question is why? Was our redirect from Squidoo...
by Brie Hoffman3 years ago
It's like a belated Christmas present!I might have to start writing again if this keeps up.Anyone know why this is happening?
by James Paterson9 months ago
Am I losing money from my writing here on Hubpages?Although my hubs have been badly hit by another Panda or a Penguin update and the earnings from my Hubs are at their lowest in a few years, I cannot say in all honesty...
by Sondra Rochelle2 years ago
At the end of this month, I will have been here at HP for four years. At first it was interesting, challenging and fun. I met so many fantastic people and talented writers and was inspired to learn and grow...
by kmackey325 years ago
My traffic has tripled. It is so exciting. Is everyone else doing well?
by Paul Goodman6 years ago
http://www.quantcast.com/hubpages.comNot quite time to get excited yet and the figures are still well down from what they were before the two slaps. But let's hope that it's the beginning of a longer upward trend,...
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