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Some decent traffic (?) but no clicks!

  1. composed profile image72
    composedposted 8 years ago

    Here is the rundown on my traffic...

    Domain     24 hrs     7 days     30 days     ever
    hubpages.com    7    74    235    726
    google.com    9    82    220    242
    stumbleupon.com    2    10    50    157
    facebook.com    20    86    88    88
    search.yahoo.com    0    3    40    51
    images.google.com    1    9    17    17
    google.co.uk    0    1    14    15
    digg.com    0    1    5    14
    google.ca    1    3    10    13
    google.com.au    0    0    8    10
    google.co.in    0    1    5    7

    The Facebook hits are not from friends... for the record.

    I have very few clicks and almost all of them came PRIOR to an uptick in Google, Facebook, and Yahoo traffic.

    I know I need to keep writing and I am in it for the long haul... trying to learn and put to work new techniques... but I am just wondering (1) is it customary to have basically no clicks with decent Google traffic, etc... or do I need like hundreds of hits and (2) any advice for me to take it to the next level!?

    Hope this helps not only me, but other Hubbers!


  2. Misha profile image74
    Mishaposted 8 years ago

    1. sorry, it is not a decent traffic. you can count on a handful of clicks on average with such numbers, dozen at best.
    2. you need to do keyword research and promotion if you want serious traffic.

  3. composed profile image72
    composedposted 8 years ago

    no need to be sorry.

  4. Dame Scribe profile image58
    Dame Scribeposted 8 years ago

    Hi Composed! smile welcome to HP ... you have been here for only 6 wks ... I didnt see any clicks for a while either and am now just starting to see some and getting comments from ezine writers  tongue just keep working on getting your Hub around ...clicks will start and it is painfully slow..I know lol lol

  5. earnestshub profile image86
    earnestshubposted 8 years ago

    It does seem to take time as dame scribe stated, and she is right, it is painfully slow at first.