Looking good; especially for a holiday week (this thread started Thursday, Jan 2, 2014, ~2:10 PM, HP time).
How about you? Positive signs? Negative signs? Prognostications? Wonder what the driving forces and worries will be this year...
Seriously I do not get it. I do no networking, about 85% of my traffic is from HP itself and it is doing just fine.
Yuks I think we will drop down to under two hundred featured hubs, and move the poor ones revamped to start the web page and blogging and stuff this month. And it will just boom, you know like people who make money doing it.
We are also getting more "old" hubbers back and that bodes well. What do you do when a hobby becomes a business?
I was definitely shocked to see that yesterday - a holiday and first day of the year was one of my highest earning days I remember having in ages. pleased about that - hoping the trend and the upward swing in traffic continues.
Friday traffic also looking unusually good. Feeling stirrings of desire to do a new hub.
Just started out on Hub Pages and interested to see what it can bring. Seems you guys are all doing well!
Mine is unusually high for a Friday. 2014 is looking good so far!
My traffic and earnings over the holidays were fantastic. Nice to see the bump in traffic and earnings. People should remember that during the summer doldrums.
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
And this includes all the referral traffic I've hopefully been sending HP via my illustrious main website. Oddly, my website is doing the best it's ever done.We all knew the summer thing was coming. But I am truly saddened anyway.I shall continue all my ongoing, industrious activities. Although...
by albabu 9 years ago
Dear hubbers!Anybody give me good idea to increase hub traffic?Give your good exprience advise.How to check my daily clicks and earnings?Anybody get payment from hub?Show your earnings proof.Payment given by hub or google?Senior hubbers give above details,pleaseThanks
by Andrew Stewart 6 years ago
Would you rather have 1) High hub traffic 2) Great Google Rank 3) High CPM or 4) Top grade content?
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
Well, January is finally here.Make or break month as far as I am concerned.There is a stock market saying “However goes January, so goes the rest of the year.” Me thinks the same applies here.Will it be…A. Let the good times roll…OrB. A murder of crows glides overhead…The end of December...
by trotter2099 5 years ago
I haven't checked my Hub stats much recently due to Christmas and family etc. I logged in today and saw that my Hub earnings had shot up to $20+. I usually make a couple of dollars a month. This is fine for me, I do not write for the money I write for the fun. I just find it very funny that my...
by Becki Rizzuti 4 years ago
I've noticed that there is at least one post claiming to have gained a significant amount of traffic this week, but for me, my traffic has dropped by 50%. One hub, which at its height was getting over 4k hits a day, is now down to 500 hits daily, and every other hub on my account has dropped...
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