I mean, I'm thrilled and all, but isn't it a bit odd that today, suddenly, out of the blue, 159 people would decide to read a hub about translations of Petrarch?
Somebody stumbled it? Look at your stats and check where traffic is coming from
Gotta love them red arrows! I have all blue arrows today.....LOL Congrats, Teresa!
I had that happen once on something obscure---
Misha, I can't remember-- do we have to do something to post on stumbleupon? I think I did something once, but it never halped, except maybe for that once. Is it worth the time?
I'm guessing it must be worth the time, although I don't know how this got stumbled upon
Well, depending on what you want
If you want numbers that will push your hubscore, su is great. If you want genuine readers - hardly any, but possible. If you want clicks on the ads - no. If you want backlinks - yes.
Pick your preference
Oh, and to get there you need either to have somebody who will stumble your post, or to do this yourself.
I've noticed you at 100 several times lately. You must be doing everything right, Teresa! Misha is right, you deserve it!!
stumble is random - you get nothing for days, then 400 peeps pile in within an hour, then nothing again. Still quite nice with the old arrows (-:
Stumbling's easy, just register or login, and get the Firefox toobar, and press the thumbs up button for stuff you like.
Oh, and Teresa - "real nice"? And you an English professor.........
And I posted yer link to this hub on piratesurfing.com. When an article gets hot and starts to get lots of traffic, they call it pillaging. Hope you get pillaged real soon!
Wow -- that's a new one, I'd never heard of piratesurfing.com. Just checked out their website, but it all looks very complicated
How wonderful for you I have blue and a couple of reds, nothing to write home to mom about. I am so happy for you.
Congrats! lets do the HP celebration dance now whos your partner? dont mind me, lol
by Sheila 9 years ago
My brother has just written his first hub, and if any of you get a chance to read it, you'll see that quiet dementia is a family trait. His name is Dirk Notso (all you Douglas Adams fans will have no problem figuring that one out).http://hubpages.com/hub/Wasted-and-wounded/
by Vic Dillinger 2 years ago
Someone started a petition to help HP people remove their "author content" and get their earnings when they are considered "inactive" and other stuff. I don't know all the ins and outs but look and see if it applies to you: https://www.change.org/p/kamala-harris- …...
by Keith Schroeder 6 years ago
It is nice to see red and double red arrows. It makes my account page look pretty. Today it looks like a Christmas tree.
by seohowto 10 years ago
Hello, guysI am gonna "buzz" my hub today and if you have something interesting that you want to drive traffic to, post the URL here, or email me with URL, tags and a short summary. First 5 accepted today.
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