What are your top 3 traffic sources? not including hubpages
For the last 30 days, my results match Maddie's.
For "ever," Bing is displaced by a site for which I write.
Google (by far the biggest)
Yahoo (way behind Google)
Direct/None (I don't even know what this is, could this be internal traffic from hubpages)
I have still recieved pretty much no Bing traffic.... I guess that Bing doesnt like me!
Bing takes it time. It likes ranking older pages higher in SERPS. If you want traffic from Bing, you can read my hub on ranking high in Bing.
Google.com- way in front.
After this it's a lot of other googles.
Google, google .local(home country) and yahoo search.
Got a few hits from other counties google domains
VintageHolidayCrafts.com (one of my blogs; it drives traffic to many of my hubs)
Google, yahoo and Facebook, but I'm still fairly new here, so I imagine more sources will come my way. Hopefully, some of my backlinks will kick in soon.
Hubpages is my real number 3, but figured I'd stick with outside sources
Bing is number 10 and climbing for sure.
Here's a similar thread. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/11212
... some social bookmarking sites ... many other national googles
I still got no traffic from bing (though, of course, all my hubs are fairly new)
Yahoo, google, digg
How old does a hub need to be before bing picks it up?
As far as Bing goes, try submitting the Hub directly to Bing.
You can do that with Yahoo and Google as well.
and Bing even though I don't even know what that is.
*Hubpages (because for 2 weeks I had a hub on the very first page of hubs every day)
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Yahoo and Bing are good but their combine percentages and search engine revenue can't even top Google.
So stick with Google.
Hey, people say google, yahoo, and bing are the three top sources to drive traffic to whatever you are promoting, but it takes alot work to understand how the search engines operate.
If you dont have much experience in driving traffic from search engine, i recommend youtube, twitter, and myspace, because they bring in millions traffic.
In order to drive traffic from social networking sites, you have to build relationships with your customers and gain their trust and help them in their problems. You help them they will help you. It's all alot helping each other out. Am I right?
Hope this information was helpful.
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People using yahoo search using a word related to your hub. The higher your hub is ranked on the page the better chance they have on clicking on it.
OH ok so it just matters what they are searching through!! right? yahoo google or whatever!!
Hubpages is number one for me. yahoo.com is number two then google (local) and google.com. Google (local) and google.com are like only one third of my traffic from yahoo - which I can see from this thread is not quite that common. Anybody can tell me why my traffic source seems to be different from the others?
I'm seeing traffic also from other google sites, gmail and yahoo mail, also from facebook.
Definately Google, Yahoo and Hubpages. No hits at all showing in traffic list from Bing. Then there is all the other googles like mx,uk,au,ca.
My 5th best is Reddit. I was on my profile on reddit just a little while ago and saw my Mexican Italian Casserole Hub was 4th on the "Hot" list in cooking! That explains all the hits I have received since I published this hub this afternoon. Guess cooking is a hot topic there.
by John Hollywood 6 years ago
Hi, all!I thought I would ask a fun but useful question. What are your top 3 sources of traffic. What, if anything, do you do to drive traffic through these sources?For me, it's Google Plus, Pinterest and some social media communities.Thanks!
by multimastery 11 years ago
What are 3 of your top reporting traffic sources? Mine are Google, Yahoo and HubPages!Perhaps through this thread we can all discover new and exciting places to generate more traffic to our hubs!
by Andrew Smith 4 years ago
What are your top traffic sources for the month? Me:1. reddit2. hubpages3. m.facebook4. flipboard5. forums.sherdogHow about you?
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
I have never seen this before! Analytics shows that I have traffic, but HP's traffic sources is showing all zeros. Anybody else having this issue?
by Oyewole Folarin 9 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by Faith Reaper 6 years ago
Under traffic sources on your statistics page, from where does your most traffic come?My highest traffic source is from HubPages domain. I do not want to create discussion, just curious from where does your highest traffic come? Thanks for answering.
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