I have had 40 views in the last 24 hours compared to 20 in the previous. It's hard to get excited when your views have dwindled from over a hundred views a day and never came back ( 9 months ago). Even a hundred views a day isn't considered impressive by the standards of others.
I am starting to gain some decent traffic actually 1000+ views per day which I think is happening due to my tweaking the top hubs. One of my hubs is getting maximum traffic. increase of 433+ views per day and it is about the recent degradation of value of rupee against dollar. The title is "dollar up and rupee down - why" but the funniest thing is that I added a para or two around a week back and added more text in the title and to my surprise my ranking was totally gone. My hub was the first thing for this search term but after my playing with the title it was on the 10th page. Then I again deleted the additional text I added and today my hub again bounced back to first page and first link for the search query. I think it's amazing. We can learn many things from this. Here is a link to my hub: http://soni2006.hubpages.com/hub/dollar … down---why
Changing the title, even slightly, is the most dramatic thing you do to a page, in my experience. I have seen title changes pay off, but only in the medium and longer term.
Updates -- new text in the body of the page, pics, polls etc -- are nothing to be scared of. Usually you get a little boost in traffic, whatever
Oh sorry there was a mistake actually I changed back the title but added more content in the text of the hub.
by Sherri 8 years ago
That I lost 70% of my traffic post-Panda goes without saying. Lots of you are in the same boat.But here's an interesting kicker.Today's "My Traffic Sources" on HP (my account > Traffic Sources) are this:Google.com---47HubPages.com---6Where have all the Hubbers gone, long time...
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
I was loving that my traffic was doubled for a while... it was hitting levels I had never seen before on HubPages.But today I just noticed it's down at least 1,000 views, and I check pretty much every day.I'm not sure what could have caused this but the only thing I've done different is I've been...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
Well, my hub traffic has hit yet another new yearly low. I've thrown in the towel as far as doing anything about it; the one exception being the writing of new hubs if/when a brilliant idea comes to mind.I'm going to concentrate my activities on the Q&A side of things for awhile and see how...
by bojanglesk8 2 years ago
I was just wondering this.
by Lisa Stover 6 years ago
For about 2 weeks now I have been seeing a huge decrease in traffic. I'm not sure of the cause because I've checked and a lot of my hubs still are ranking well with Google but it seems that people just stopped coming. Is anyone else having this problem?
by GwennyOh 4 years ago
I have had the lowest earnings from since the time I first made anything on HubPages as of late. I took a look through the forum and couldn't find reference to others having the same problem. What I'd usually make in one day, all of a sudden it is taking me a week to make. Is anyone else getting...
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