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How much search engine traffic are you getting compared to hubpages traffic?
I'm just curious. Most of my traffic comes from hubpages. I get a little from google but not too much. I was wondering what other people are experiencing and if you have any advice on how to get more google traffic?
for me its like a ratio of 1:6 , hubpages to other traffic , there's so much competition out there the only way I find to get hits from search engine is to write unique content or go for topics that have very little information online.
Every now and then I am trying to find an answer to a problem and find only a few sites have the answer so I make my own hub on how to solve the problem once i have solved it:) goodluck
In the past couple of weeks, my hub score is between 95 and 99. Because of this hubpages is driving more traffic than any other source including search engine.
Because most of my hubs are targeted I get about 80% search engine and 20% hubpages
In two years, my 33 published hubs received 2,99,890 total page views(Search engine traffic = 203885; Hubpages = 95937). In percent, search engines contributed 68% and HP contributed 32% page views. In most of the cases, search engines contribute in the range of 60-90% of total traffic at Hubpages.Google is major contributor (60-80%).
I get get about a 60/40 split in favor of search engine traffic. Then again I work SEO hard.
Over 90% of my traffic come from search engine, with Yahoo being the biggest contributor, I still haven't broken through Google yet but I do get a few uniques and just recently I'm starting to see bing show up on my Google analytics account.
Hubpages doesn't send a a lot of traffic in fact that's where I get the least amount of traffic but as I get involved with more hubtivities I see a rise in traffic.
I get 20 percent of my traffic from hubpages. 40 % from yahoo. 30 percent from Google and 10 % from other websites and search engines.
I get about 4/5 of my traffic from hubpages, not really good, but seems to be inverting a bit as time goes by ... so it seems the more traffic you have outside hubpages the more successful you are getting
90% of my traffic come from various search engines.
To improve your traffic from search engines you need to use unique titles and keywords. you can find the keywords having high Global Monthly Searches through Adwords Keyword Tool.
Also try to prepare the best Summary text for the hub you have published to attract the viewers.
My hub traffic is about 2 to 1, So far most of my traffic is from reference sites. I think about 27% is search engine traffic.
My search engine traffic is very high compared to hubpages traffic to my hubs.But i they to provide a decent traffic.My hubpages to other traffic ratio is 1:4.
I had a lot of traffic from yahoo, some from face book, twitter and so on especially when I was busy promoting it on the day of the event I wrote about !!
On my hubs, most traffic is flowing from Hubpages itself around 60 to 70 % and else coming from Google(20%) and other sources.
My Hubs are doing much better within Hubpages and are getting very little traffic from other Search Engines. I found my hub on Google for about 3 days and then Google removed it. I just don't understand whats going on.
Of the roughly 5 200 pageviews I currently have, 1 444 is from HubPages and 1 078 is from Google.com - the gap between these two sources of traffic used to be a lot larger, but I'm pleased traffic from Google.com is increasing, slowly, over time.
I don't feel I've done anything too specific about getting traffic from Google.com to increase, so perhaps just give it a bit more time, write more, and sometimes use the Google Keywords Adwords tool to help you learn which topics have a high monthly search volume.
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
With the recent google algorithm change, i noticed that hubbers who have spent 4 - 5 years are those having their subdomain slammed by google. Why?
by Albin Pius4 years ago
There are lots of fellow poets in here at hubpages some do not even focus on getting search engine traffic to them but writes to enjoy.If you have an idea on increasing traffic to poems please share.
by Doctor J10 years ago
How long does it take to make money with hubpages? After 160 views on 10 hubs they tell me I have 0 clicks. Is something wrong?
by David Lim9 years ago
I have been with Hubpages for a few months and published a couple of hubs. I am starting to get a tiny bit of search engine traffic and I am wondering if there is any way I can know where the traffic went and what...
by Ben Blackwell4 years ago
I have made a similar post a while ago, but I still haven't been able to find a solution to this problem. All of my hubs are currently featured and always have been. I have 6 poems, 3 short stories, and 29...
by Sandra M. Urquhart2 years ago
What is the best way to get traffic on hubpages? Is it by the quality of your hubs or the frequency of your communication in the community? I've seen different articles that encouraged people to get noticed by being...
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