I am a new Huber and I really in need of knowing many things about hubpages specially the meaning of these terms.
Not sure how to take the question but you can get more or less traffic as a result of changes in Google's search algorithms or the sudden popularity/unpopularity of a page on social media.
Most well-written pages reach a wider and wider audience over time. Some will be overtaken by competitors, at some point.
One of my Articles is getting two red arrows saying traffic rising and i don't know what that means. Is it Because it is viewed a lot or there is something else to say about that.
Hi, what I would like to ask is if the rising/falling traffic has any bearing on the hubber score and the average score of the featured hubs.
Hey! I don't know about that but i guess if traffic indicates that your hub is being viewed more or less than this might effect your score as well!
hii...........the hub score has nothing to do with your traffic rising or falling........it just the number.........u need not to worry if your hub score is falling or rising. As u asked about red arrows that denotes that your hub is getting traffic as its viewed by audience and if blue arrow appears it denotes your hub is getting less traffic.
Yes traffic means the people looking at your article. "There are people trafficking your article."
by Iggy Sarducci 8 years ago
I'm wondering if anyone knows why my user score keeps ascending when I'm getting little traffic and have one follower since day one. Maybe I should just be glad it's rising, but like many newbies, I am eager to understand this scoring system.The details: In a week, my user score rose from 19 to 80...
by Cindy Murdoch 7 years ago
Where do i find these arrows indicating that traffic is rising or falling?
by Jyoti Kothari 8 years ago
My hubber score is not rising despite all activities prescribed by the hubpages.Average of my hubscore is increased a lot. Traffic has gone doubled. Backlinks to my profile page and hubs are also increasing. My forum participation is well and I am at the top position in this forum thread.My fan...
by Cameron Corniuk 6 years ago
I posted a number of hubs the other day, which all started out at a relatively low score as they usually do--somewhere in the 40s and 50s. I saw my score drop a point or two, which I would normally see. Since then, the hubs have been steadily rising into the 60s, 70s, and 80s, which is also normal...
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
I'm not referring to the traffic they send to us, though that probably applies as well. I'm talking about Google is losing customers and Bing is gaining customers. I'd guess that particular department of Microsoft are pretty happy campers. @HP You might want to start thinking about starting a...
by Ronilo Blanca 5 years ago
Im newbie here.. what is the meaning of traffic rising in your hub?
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