Is anyone else experiencing this? My traffic is up about 15%, 2 days in a row on the same figures last week.
Yeah, just noticed I have a significant increase in traffic. Good to see. Didn't know there was a Google update, interesting.
There's been Google update but don't be surprise when your ranking dropped and no traffic at all.
Google update. Traffic is up across almost all sites substantially.
Mine isn't up substantially. It's always higher on the weekends, and this one is no different.
What kind of update? How would this update increase traffic throughout the niche sites.
I usually get more traffic at weekends anyway but got a nice boost in earnings on Saturday too Maybe because it's summer so people have more time off?
It is a nice uptick. I reckon you will see it more on summer-orientated sites like Dengarden, which is doing very well.
Currently have a virus so don't ask for numbers, lol.
Most of my hubs are on Dengarden and traffic peaks in early summer around May and then slowly declines towards September. It does naturally increase at weekends as people tend to their home and gardens, but traffic for yesterday (Sunday) ended up 27% higher than that for the previous Sunday.
My traffic has been high the entire summer, but I've not seen the increase this weekend (also dengarden). My hubs are getting out of season right now, so I'm not surprised.
Well, it is a solid increase for me. Maybe late summer is my time... plenty of tree care.
I'm also seeing an improvement on the main site but the numbers are small.
The rankings of my hubs have definitely increased. My tomato hubs were around #2 for their main term, but they are all #1 right now.
Just started here, but did notice a large spike in views over the weekend. I was hoping it was from some promoting on social media, but looks like I could be wrong.
I had a huge increase in traffic on Friday! The rest of the weekend was pretty normal. I was pleasantly surprised!
Contrary to the observation of many fellow Hubbers, my traffic hits a decline from mid-Friday to mid-Sunday every week. This has been happening for the past many months. But sudden reversal of this trend last week is a welcome change.
It depends on what you write about. Home and garden articles tend to do well at the weekend because people usually do home maintenance and gardening at this time of the week. Other topics are more popular Monday to Friday when they are used for reference by e.g. schoolchildren. I have an article about electricity, and traffic peaks on Wednesday for some reason. Still haven't figured out why!
I usually notice a slowdown on weekends, but this weekend my traffic was unusually high. Then on Monday it reached an all-time daily high, and so far that's continuing into today (Tuesday).
Traffic is up considerably this week over last but the biggest difference has been the much higher CPM's.
Have anyone else experienced a significant increase in CPM.
Me too. In addition to the increased traffic, the latest reported CPM is significantly higher.
Yes! And also, big props to the HubPages team for staying relevant through updates and bouncing back even through the sticky, tricky ones. I'm so grateful!
How about diverting all the traffic to my....
Oh, sorry! Just woke up from terrible dream!
Cool. Thought it might be the students or schoolkids going back to school. But glad it's Google!
CPMs are through the roof right now, I've only seen them this high during the peak of the holiday season in December.
I'm assuming this is just temporary.
Me opening up stats page this morning.
Happy 5th anniversary to self!
by Misbah 2 months ago
I was checking my account stats where I saw 2 high traffic signs on a single article, I mean 2 red arrows heading up, what does it mean? Is it a glitch or it means something different?
by Jason Menayan 13 years ago
Paul E. wrote a Hub on Friday about targeting high-traffic "mover" topics to get immediate traffic from the search engines.On Friday afternoon, I found that the term "lipstick recall" was moving in that Google Hot Trends report. Remembering that AskSusanPeters had a lot of...
by Eugene Brennan 2 years ago
I've been checking out traffic and ranking stats of niche sites on Alexa and noticed that they provide the top 5 search terms that lead readers to a site. So I wrote an article that complimented the one that had the greatest traffic on one of the sites and it now has over 800 views per day,...
by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
An ongoing topic I've seen over the years I've been on Hubpages is "How do I make my low traffic hubs better."I saw it again today in a Hub Pro thread (if you haven't already, should definitely opt in - it was a fantastic experience.)My best advice to anyone who is writing online is:If it...
by Anthony Goodley 10 years ago
I have one hub that gets great traffic, my best one by far, but doesn't make me much money really and would like advice on how to improve it. Its getting 15k views per month.There is really nothing that could be done to improve its search engine rankings as its at the top. At least for its...
by JamesCurtis 10 years ago
Is there any value in writing hubs purely for traffic? I have always written to a niche that I know I can make cash on despite very low traffic volumes, but while I make money (and I assume HP must be making money too) my HubScore fluctuates between the high sixties and low eighties. I am hoping a...
Copyright © 2021 Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers on this website. HubPages® is a registered trademark of Maven Coalition, Inc. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers to this website may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|