whenever i start a new hub, it got listed in google's search results within hours but its rank goes down gradually
Google tend to give more credit to new created sites/pages but after some time ranks become as usual,you don't have any links pointing to your hub page and that's why your rankings go down. HubPages is an authority site so would be easy to rank better but you still need some backlinks to your hub with chosen keyword as anchor.
is that has any connection with the traffic(from inside and outside hubpages )
No it doesn't.Search engine rankings are not based on traffic what so ever.
Okay, this makes a bit mroe sense, I noticed the same phenomion as well. As few links might help.
It is also worth noting that in addition to recognising fresh content it is also believed Google rewards long standing content - which is why many people report increased monthly earnings month after month despite having made no changes to their total number of hubs, or any particular work on backlinks.
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