What is your hub traffic source?
Of the 250 page views I have received in the last 10 days, only 8 have come from Google search. That's less than 3% traffic from Google search. Do you have a similar experience? Are hubpages for hubbers, by hubbers only, with very little outside traffic coming in? Are we writing for ourselves? What's your experience?
For my hubs I seem to have many sources of traffic but my top six are as follows.
that is a total of 1,678,842 unique visits which is about 50% of my total visits. The remaining 1,721,000 come from 20 other sources.
I hope that answers your question.
Hello Vaiebhav. My traffic source for my 1 unpublished hub on hubpages is 100 percent referring sites. I now have an total of 1099 ever views. Thank you for this question. Big smile now. Hahaha.
Still Google is the main traffic source of mine. I don't have many hubs yet and just started writing here after the rebirth.
Even i am just newbie here (2 days only) , but i get traffic from Google i know its not that so much , but I'm doing my work to optimize my hubs for keywords .
You just need to optimize your hubs for keywords and get some quality backlinks and you will see the traffic coming from Google.
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