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Does anyone know if Google has brought out a new Panda today as my traffic just

  1. Iontach profile image84
    Iontachposted 6 years ago

    Does anyone know if Google has brought out a new Panda today as my traffic just disappeared

    astronomically!

  2. GmaGoldie profile image78
    GmaGoldieposted 6 years ago

    Oh, boy!  Wow!  This is horrible!  My traffic is through the floor, through the basement and beyond.  Thank you for sharing!

  3. saddlerider1 profile image71
    saddlerider1posted 6 years ago

    I never seen so many blue down arrows since I've been here :-)))

  4. MyMastiffPuppies profile image81
    MyMastiffPuppiesposted 6 years ago

    Mine has been down for most of the month of August. It has been up and down a little but no where near what it was after the first few weeks of the sub-domain switch. Not sure what is going on but hopefully it will correct itself soon.

  5. jtyler profile image60
    jtylerposted 6 years ago

    Mine has been down since the end of June for some reason.

  6. kimh039 profile image91
    kimh039posted 6 years ago

    my traffic is much higher than usual, and it's traffic from outside of hubpages.  It's not any one particular hub, but just all of them are up a little.  I have been working on writing summaries to get rid of the "A" and set up a website at weebly.com a couple weeks ago with links back to my hubs.  That's all I can think of that I'm doing different that might explain the increase.

  7. PaulPd0 profile image82
    PaulPd0posted 6 years ago

    My traffic seems to have stopped today as well, but you should try to use analytics instead of the hubpages account section to track your visits as the HP view tracking may not always be correct.

    I can't tell you exactly why your views stopped today. It could be any number of reasons (random off day, weather, end/first of the month, slight fluctuation in search engine rankings etc. etc. etc.)

    If you already have a Google analytics account hooked up to your HP, take a look at your views over at least the past month. See what search engine delivers you the most results and where you rank on them for your best hubs/keywords. This might help you narrow it down a bit, hope this helps.

 
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