Wheres the fans and traffic?

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  1. icewave5 profile image53
    icewave5posted 9 years ago

    I started getting about 40 people a days for 2 days which increased to 60 a days for 2 days and then dropped to 4 views a day! What is going on!?!?!?

    1. AEvans profile image80
      AEvansposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      You have to be diligent and just keep writing it the variable will move up and down, just be patient. smile

    2. darkside profile image79
      darksideposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      What were you doing to get those visits in the first place?

  2. Everyday Miracles profile image88
    Everyday Miraclesposted 9 years ago

    When was the drop? I am trying to keep track of what activity is like on the weekends vs. during the week. I drop on Saturdays but was up on Sunday (and then again today).

    You haven't been here long (me neither!) and the traffic is going to take a while to come in from a source other than from HP itself. Fans... Well, I find that there are some days I'm more inclined to add myself to fan clubs or more inclined to have others add themselves to mine!

  3. girly_girl09 profile image73
    girly_girl09posted 9 years ago

    I am pretty stubborn and haven't really read many traffic guides out there yet. I want to learn by trial and era. After being here for 6 days, my views have continued to snowball each day; traffic keeps multiplying by almost 3x of the previous day's traffic. I was shocked at how much traffic and clicks I got today. Totally not expected, but I'll take it!

    I'm no longer getting a majority of views from hubpages, I'm getting it from search engines. It just takes a few days for google to figure out where your page should be in the scheme of things.

    Important! Make sure that your titles and content are things that people search for. At first, I wanted to use catchy title in my hubs, but soon found out that it only encourages views on hubpages...the traffic is nice, but hubbers don't click on ads!

    For example, if you write a hub on how to make dog treats, don't use a catchy phrase like "give your dog a gourmet experience at home", simply use something like "how to make dog treats for your dog." Probably no one is going to search for "how to give your dog a gourmet experience", but people will search for "how to make dog treats" and you'll have a better chance of being found in search engines.

    good luck and I hope this helps. I've discovered that it works (or at least so far!) smile

  4. profile image0
    shreekrishnaposted 9 years ago

    those who have visited your hub ,

    will only come back to your hub 1-2 more times or more for viewing their comment replies.

    those who are your fans come via email or any other reasons.

    so the visitors will decreases slowly & slowly.



    but you can attract more visitors,

    i have written a whole hub on this,



    see at the end of my hub , what i was talking here ,

    & one thing more ,

    if you take my that  portion seriously,
    i belive new ideas will came in your mind,

    i will not to talk about this,
    pls ask yourself,


    thank you,
    wish you to your success.

  5. icewave5 profile image53
    icewave5posted 9 years ago

    Worte about software and internet tips and tricks
    I though it was really good but no-one is coming...

    http://hubpages.com/hub/the-unkown-info

  6. girly_girl09 profile image73
    girly_girl09posted 9 years ago

    I think it's pretty well written with lots of useful stuff but you should remove the links to free mp3 downloads and product activation keys before it's deleted. Totally not legal and I'm sure it's against HubPages TOS.

    1. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      You can have as many links as you like in your Hubs, so long as each one links somewhere different.  If more than one leads tot he same website, you're in trouble though!

      1. girly_girl09 profile image73
        girly_girl09posted 9 years agoin reply to this

        I was referring to the fact that they were pointing to illegal music downloads. (I'm assuming HP doesn't allow this)

        Thanks for the tip on not having more than one link going to the same website; good to know! smile

  7. icewave5 profile image53
    icewave5posted 9 years ago

    thanks for the advice.

  8. girly_girl09 profile image73
    girly_girl09posted 9 years ago

    no problem! It's a good article overall (LOTS of information!) and I wouldn't want to see it deleted after all your hard work!

 
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