Where do you get the majority of your traffic from? Hubpages, google, etc?
The traffic fairies.. But I am running out of pixie dust to feed the fairies so I seem to be liked by them less and less...
HubPages, excluding my visits: 1.7%
All Google with a stray here and there from hp.No Idea how or why...
My major traffic sources are Google, Pinterest and Facebook.
Google, bing, yahoo, hubpages in that order. Percentages are similar to Writer Fox.
Mostly from Google. Now that we have the Editor's Choice thing, HubPages has moved into second place (though it's a distant second). Before, my own subdomain was behind Google. Now it's #3 and it will drop even further if I stay in EC. Google ca and uk come after that, then Yahoo and Bing.
While it's still down considerably since a month or so ago... in the following order-
Facebook, Facebook, Google. Forty percent is Facebook. Eleven percent is Google. The rest is spread out amongst the many websites that have linked to me and a few other search engines. I'm a niche writer, and Facebook is where my peeps live. I've hooked into their FB community with a Fan Page (not my personal page).
Andromeda, mostly. But to be honest, most of those were my own visits.
Sadly, I don't get much traffic from Google. My major sources would be Hubpages itself and Facebook. Facebook helps a lot when you have a huge friends' list.
The Examiner (someone asked me if they could share my link)
The traffic from the Examiner makes me wonder if I should write there. The only catch is they own the content instead of the author.
FACEBOOK!!!!!!!! haha I got a fanbase and many people adding me. I have more than one fb now.
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