A couple days ago I added 2 related article links to a hub from my main website. I am now showing 637 visits from Hubpages, a huge majority of which are NOT unique visitors. Meaning that at least 600 of these visits are from a Hubpage bot. I can see a check up on where the link is leading to but is this type of bot activity really necessary?
(Excuse the extra T in the title. Not sure where that thing came from.)
by ajayshah20056 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
by MakinBacon5 years ago
When checking my hub account I found my hubpage visits for April 10 to be listed way below the norm, and there was no drop in traffic. I think hubpages accidently placed their 40 percent share of visits as my visits,...
by hubber-20098 years ago
Out of the Hubpage you have created which one attracts more traffic..Out of 107 hubpage created by this particular page brings 348 views per day..http://hubpages.com/hub/jeyamraviAre you interested to share your...
by HubPagesReport7 years ago
I was just browsing my hubpages account and suddenly click on more hubtivity icon and then found the following:Yah! this is the first 1000 views of my hubs. I am very happy when I saw this and now I tell you...
by seanorjohn6 years ago
Just noticed when you look up traffic sources ( that place which records google, yahoo etc visits) it shows how many visits are from your own hubpages account. Wonder how long that has been there?
by PrettyPanther7 years ago
I'm asking this question because I am genuinely curious. I have never reported anyone on any forum for personally attacking me, even though it has happened. I never will report a personal attack, unless it rises...
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