I have one hub that was averaging about 200 hits a day a lot from google. As a result I am getting great sales from amazon. I had done nothing prior to the sudden drop. I am now averaging only 30 views. Anyone have a clue what this may be a result of? I can still google and see my hub on page 1 but I am thinking that maybe it is not showing for multiple key words. Forgot to add that it started last week.
Thanks for any help
It's a few years old... It recently really started to pick up.
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