My less successful pages, still trapped on the main site, are getting a significant boost, if the stats are accurate.
I also noticed a higher traffic this weekend and usually weekends are slower. Almost half my hubs are now on niche sites, and most of the traffic is from my niche hubs. However, I checked the traffic on my remaining non-niche hubs and they do look like this weekend had a small increase too.
It's hard to say this is meaningful in any way since there is always fluctuation in traffic.
My traffic is up something like twenty percent on normal weekend peaks. It is pretty noticeable.
If you are seeing nothing special it might be the wonderful, previously undiscovered qualities of my second rank pages, lol.
I'm seeing and upwards trend in stats for my Dengarden hubs over the last fortnight. Seems to be a little earlier in the year than normal.
Traffic got a little boost but CPMs are still awful.
I reckon the Google algo sometimes wanders into territory that favors HP but then realizes where it is and snaps back.
by Missing Link3 months ago
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by Michael Kismet10 months ago
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by brandonhart1006 years ago
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by Dr Mark7 weeks ago
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by Scott Bateman14 months ago
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by Jack Lee19 months ago
Just curious about what other hubbers have experienced so far.For me, I currently have 162 featured hubs of which only 2 have been chosen for niches.That is just slightly over 1%.
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