How much has the latest change in Google algorithm affected your hub traffic?
I have seen a small drop in average traffic, but little to no drop in SERPS for my keywords. Seems odd.
My traffic has been going up, although my earnings are blah. Seems like HP's metrics and reality are different. Serps are still going up since I am so new to HP.
My 3 articles: 1094 30 days pageviews and 2552 ever views total. 1st article: 183 30 days pageviews. 2nd article: 780 30 days pageviews. 3rd article: 131 30 days pageviews. 1st article June 2010 A.D. 2nd article April 16, 2011 A.D. 3rd article May 8, 2011 A.D. I am batting 1000% average with my 3 articles from the latest change in Google algorithm for my 0 hubs which is my 3 articles. My 3 articles have blasted off and will now on continue to climb up in pageviews forevermore with no leveling off to the glory of GOD.
by Eugene Brennan 4 months ago
According to Search Engine Roundtable, it seems there was another update this week. I notice traffic has dropped a further 20% to 30% on at least two of my high traffic articles.Has anyone else noticed changes?
by thisisoli 8 years ago
Google officially announced the inclusion of page load time in to the Google Algorithm, but what I would like to know is if it affected anyone?Unfortunately the host I am moving away from (Servage) Has been slowing down at an alarming rate over the past couple of years. This resulted in a SERPS...
by And Drewson 8 years ago
Here's an interesting message from Seekyt, which mentions Hub Pages fondly."Important DecisionMake sure you've read the news to the right before reading this paragraph. ---->There is always a way to get around these things; however, do we really want to "get around it" and try to...
by Sunnyglitter 7 years ago
I don't complete understand the charts and figures:http://searchengineland.com/who-lost-in … ange-66173
by Natalie Frank 12 months ago
I know that in general a higher word count is looked upon favorably by the Google algorithm. Does anyone know if and when that reaches a point of diminishing returns where extra word count doesn't help any more? I make my articles at least 1200 words because I heard way back when that was the...
by LucidDreams 6 years ago
Although many have suffered over the past year and a half for traffic, some have done better or atleast been able to recoup most of the original visitors numbers they had. I have a few suggestions or ideas that could be pondered!I am currently unpublishing most of my lowest performing hubs (even a...
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