My single page on Healdove has lost about two thirds of its views over the last couple of days. Is anyone else seeing a problem?
So the thread reappeared... Well done technical persons.
But, sadly, it is now redundant.
Yes! Mine too. I have been checking my Adsense account to make sure they didn't can me! I'm so discouraged right now. My top article that gets almost 1,500 hits a day has dropped to just over 100 a day the last few days. Not earning anything because no one is coming. I was really doing quite well and then "kaboom!"
My article is on health information, yes... but! It's on dentures so not giving medical advice as far as diagnosis or anything. I just want to have a steady place. Once they moved it to healdove, it's been a roller coaster and nothing is consistent..
Would like to know anyone else who took a nosedive
My sympathies. Luckily for me I only have one page afflicted and it is not one of my biggest income pages.
I wouldn't despair completely about your income, by the way, the site has bounced back before and I reckon lessons are being learned for the future.
Also, sites like Dengarden are doing very, very well. So if you have any home/garden knowledge it would be worth putting to use.
I think everybody on Healdove is having the same experience. Paul Edmondson has confirmed that Healdove has taken a hit (apparently due to some changes with Google's algo). He says they have a plan to try to deal with it, but it will take time.
This has happened to me too. It seems people are reading mine but the trafic from them doesn't seem to be counted. I have friends who tell me they have them and love mty articles there. It's not matching cup with adsense.
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