If you get Google traffic on a hub in it's first day of publication, would you think that you'd...
really done a winner, or that it was more of a statistical anomaly
thats true , it means u have done well..................................................
For me personally I was on and been on the 1st page and 1st on the list since September 2010 A.D. I have not received any google traffic yet. That is alright with me because all of my traffic to my 1 article that is unpublished on hubpages gets 100 percent referrals which is much better for my 1 article on google. It took 2 months for the referrals to find my 1 article on August 2010 A.D. and I began to get page impressions of my 1 article on September 11, 2010 A.D. I earned my first 1 cent on December 28, 2010 A.D. I reached my 1000 ever views on January 7, 2011 A.D. Thank you.
The speed that your hub is indexed is out of your control. If you got indexed quickly then great. However do not confuse Google traffic with success. Its all about your positioning for the keywords you want to be found for. Check your hub stats, find out what you are being found for. Type you keyword phrase into Google. If you are on page 2, backlink. If you are on the first page. Hats off to you!
Hits the bull's eye. Fantastic and awesome. Keep try to hit more bull's eye
I'd say that's a very promising start! Maybe you've hit on a topic with good/reasonable traffic and with none or very little competition. If so, good for you!
If it happens to me I would say that I have hit the bulls eye blindfolded :-)
by Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by aa lite 6 years ago
This might be a complete co-incidence, but I switched to the new profile a couple of days ago, and today Google is pretending it doesn't know me. Hubs that ranked on the first page for main keyword are not found in the first 10 pages. Even more worrying, I can't find them in Google even...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
A few weeks back I spent a lot of time researching and writing a hub about The Prisoner which was and is a cult TV series starring Patrick MacGoohan. I thought I would be sure to get good traffic for this but it has failed miserably. And guess what it has had no traffic from Google at all! Now why...
by Annette Thomas 6 years ago
Realize it may be different for each person, but based on the average hubber, I'm wondering how many hits to, say, a fairly decent hub. 100 hits? 200 hits? Some folks may get 0 , others get 10. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's too general a question, but...
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
This hub of mine was Hub of the Day when I had been a member of HubPages for only 6 days. I got plenty of praise for it, and it was quite popular around Christmas time. I really like it, and I like the title of it too. But I don't think Google does. Do you think I should change the title to...
by avan989 6 years ago
I been on a couple of days and pretty much all my traffic is from hubpages. I get a couple from digg but that is about it. How are people getting their traffic from google and other search engine?
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