I noticed yesterday that my views were high (almost double for a normal Sunday/Monday) but the stats were delayed so I took no notice.
Now today I have a 75% increase in my normal Monday/Tuesday..
I am used to my views varying by +/- 20% month on month as Google has its little dance and my views have been about "average" for what I usually see for a little while now, but they seen to have taken a real leap.
Has anyone else seen anything?
Alas, no. I always knew Google liked you best.
Afraid to jinx it, will continue to ride the wave . . . . What goes up . . . . . . . . . . . .
Good for you!
No nothing out the ordinary here.
Mine have jumped up around 50% on one hub which is an editors choice and another hub around 20%. Others are just the usual. But yesterday was the highest traffic I've seen in over a year (And it's close to the highest it's ever been. That's with no pinterest boost, usually one hub fetches me many views to make that happen). This was all Google
Yes, I have also seen the increase in views after a little dive from last Wednesday to Sunday. Google updates, I think have started working.
Mine have been up just a little .Congratulations! I wish mine would go up that much.
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