I'm really curious to match my personal traffic to HubPages to see if the peaks and valleys are related to my content or to overall web habits. For instance, if my numbers dip over the weekend and HubPage's numbers as a whole dip over the weekend, then that makes sense. However, if weekend usage surges, but my particular content is popular with weekend users, I can tweak things accordingly. Does that make sense. Is there anyway to sense how many view HubPages is getting on a daily basis?
He gave you to think which only shows traffic from the U.S. Here's the correct link which shows all traffic to HubPages:
by Chuck Bluestein 4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be nofollow. But this is not what HubPages says. HubPages says:"If your HubberScore...
by Robin Edmondson 3 years ago
Please check out our Blog Post on a couple of quality-related changes on HubPages!
by bigmodo 10 years ago
Does anyone know how i can drive massive traffic to my hubpage? I see people pages ranking high at yahoo, google and msn but mine can get there. Any help from fellow hub fellows?Thanks.
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
As fast as I'm trying to fix up hubs that are unfeatured, the problem isn't that there is something wrong with them, but that they are being unfeatured as a result of lack of traffic. Isn't this short sighted? Some topics just don't get that much traffic. It's not because they are badly written,Is...
by Andrew0208 7 years ago
HubPages is still 100% friendly with Google - From every indications, this is all about the quality of what comes up top with Google search results; bringing down less useful content. Hardly do crapy or less informative hubs make it to top rankings with Google including HuBPages placement...
by Lgali 9 years ago
For me this is the besthttp://hubpages.com /hub/Hubbers-Here-is-Your-General-2009-Horoscope-Predictions
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