Will hubpages recover from the panda update soon?
HP has lost plenty of traffic from Google after the panda update. Any idea how long will it take to get the traffic back? Is it even possible to get the traffic back?
The Good Hubs will. I say that knowing that I am losing traffic on what were previously ten Google hits per day hubs, but I think that in time those same hubs will return to their previous traffic levels. I've actually had some hubs that have taken off, traffic wise since the Panda thing.
Yes, especially the well-designed, original topics/Hubs.
Google has made other big changes in the past, it just hasn't been this big for HubPages.
It may take several weeks or a few months, but it will come around.
We can help things along by HubHopping and trying to drive the garbage down, and the better Hubs toward the top.
So rate those Hubs!
HubPages are on a recovery path. I am sure it will last.
Check out the top subdomains on HP, you can find the recovery graph.
http://subdomain.hubpages.com/hub/Top-1 … n-HubPages
I think HubPages will recover. Apparently they have already recovered but I am hoping that they get even stronger. People who contribute here should be hoping for this
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
Google announced an upcoming Panda release for this Friday or Monday. We will be watching.
by Ultimate Hubber 8 years ago
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by Writer Fox 4 years ago
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by StormsHalted 6 years ago
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by FaisalKhan2121 7 years ago
I say thank you Panda for helping to restore quality content to search engine results. Hubpages definitely has gotten better-- the spam is gone and the cream is rising to the top. Also, I'm making more money than I ever have in the four years I've been on Hubpages so I'm a very happy...
by John Coviello 4 years ago
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