Search patterns change this close to the holidays in countries which celebrate. (Your traffic from India, for instance, should be the same as normal for your Hubs.)
My CPM was the lowest it's ever been on December 22nd and my traffic was down by about 2,000 views for the day. Because my rankings on Google are the same, I'm sure things will start to pick up to normal on December 26th or January 2nd.
Hubpages is beginning to earn again. Just not as it once did. I've been here through 3 Christmas seasons now, and it's always slow around Christmas and New Years. In between the holidays you often have a few good days. I realize that our traffic comes from India, a lot of my followers are from there. But Christmas still affects this site. Be patient.
Everyone is trying to get the stupid pictures for their Christmas Cards to one place on their computer and then onto the paper to print the whole thing. That's my sad story. Must admit it was so sad to see the earnings drop after such a stellar month. The only kid who cares, will be here in a couple of days and will weep with me
My traffic was picking up last month, I think the slowdown is Christmas. In my area of the NW U.S., we lost a whole weekend to ice storms where you couldn't drive, and then another day to the same thing. I believe traffic will return in January, when it's cold and boring, and all the Holiday activities are over. Well, at least after the big January sales.
For the past few days my CPM rates have gone sky high- higher in fact than they were in December. Is anybody else experiencing surprisingly high CPMs? I thought I would find out before I got too excited.
Having just checked my traffic and finding that it is even lower than usual, I was wondering if this is normal for the Christmas/New Year season?Does this always happen, or is it different this year?As I'm a newbie on...
Has anyone else noticed a big drop in earnings since the beginning of the year? For the first week or so my earnings dropped down about 50%. The last few days they are down to just a few cents. What's...