Do new HUBS get more visits than older ones?
I've seen some of my new hubs get lots of visits the first days and less days after, is that normal?
Initially, a newly written hub will get a traffic "boost" from internal views on the hubpages site: other hubbers are reading the article, so the traffic will be higher.
After a few days, the internal traffic dies away, and there will be a traffic lull until the hub is indexed and ranked by the search engines. Traffic should slowly start to climb again once the article climbs the search engine rankings.
My highest performing hubs are my older ones that have had time to climb in the search engines (though keep in mind, I only joined in January so my "older" hubs aren't really very old at all).
I noticed that but that will mean that to get a reasonable stable traffic you need to be quite constant, let's say about three to five hubs a week?
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