This hubber has published 1 hub. At least that's all I can see. Yet over the last few days, he has gotten three medals for: 84 hubs getting 100 visitors; 84 hubs getting 10,000 visitors; and 84 hubs getting 100,000 visitors. That's over a period of 3 days. Like I said, I can only find 1 hub, and it says he's been a member for over a year. What's going on here?
This means there is something wrong with the program. Hubteam should correct it.
He may be buying cheap traffic using something like Google adwords. I dunno.
Some one has figured out a way to access the hubpages code!
Yeah I'm feeling very kind today lets feed him/her to the lions. Is anyone with me?
But first we have to torture Christoph to find out their identity
Well, don't I feel stupid. Here's the link: http://hubpages.com/profile/tomksoft
You can still see the activity in his hubtivity.
Agree! hmmmm, what about Scorpions! or a dip trench or posioness snakes or a Boaconstrictor! I like that one!
Maybe once the Hubber got the medals all their hubs were flagged and removed?
Seems the "84" (right now it it is 87) is his author hubscore. That is the way it is depicted with the medals.
It seems that he has followed some of the advice that he gave in the hub!!
Yes, I see what you're saying. Well, that's a lot of pageviews in 3 days! Do other people get traffic like this? Geez, I want some.
You can have all you want...if you pay about $1 per 1000 pageviews, supposedly. hahaha
That makes it even more intriguing because he has increased his hub views at that fantastic rate when there are no hubs to view. And his Hubscore is 83? with no Hubs or Huvtivity. Kind of like magic! I wish I knew the trick! I do believe Sixtyorso is correct but why have not the HubPolice commented on this Forum?
Now, it says he has no published hubs...now I am really confused...how do you get traffic to hubs that don't exist????
As of this moment, this Hubber (http://hubpages.com/profile/tomksoft) has posted no Hubs (although he did post one a little while ago). Clearly, there's a programming error, or troll, spam, virus, hack? Larry?
What a dream come true! 100,000 page views without having to write one word! Wow, good work when you can get it.
Yeah. It keeps getting weirder. The one hub that was on there yesterday, was about keywords and getting traffic. It wasn't that special of a hub, but man, it sure looked like it was working for him!
As I said earlier someone has hacked into hubpages and cracked the code somehow.
I came across something similar at bukisa.com where the most viewed article had over 50000 pageviews for a farily ordinary looking article. The article right behind it only had around 5000 views. Bukisa pays around $3.6 to $3.9 per 1000 pageviews. If you buy traffic at $1 per 1000 visitors, you'd still make a profit.
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