Are your hubs affected by the latest Panda update? (Oct 13th)
There has been a minor Panda update from Google on Oct13th mid night and Hubpages has been experiencing a drastic traffic fall. Are your hubs affected by this latest Panda update? Have your say.
Sadly, yes. I was just starting to promote my hubs and started seeing the fruits of my labor and then wham! Another slap in the face from our friends at Google.
Will Google give us a reprieve during the high shopping season? What do you think?
A panda has never been dreaded like the Google Panda. Yes my traffic has also fallen. This has happened to some much more experienced hubbers as well. I am staying tuned to see how they cope with this problem.
Personally I am getting really sick of this Google roller coaster. One day it's showing record numbers and the next it looks like you dropped off the face of the internet. Between this and having my articles stolen, it's really sucking the fun out of writing here. I hate to snap at the hand that feeds, but come on, Google, get it together! I feel really sorry for the admins at HubPages who have to keep up with their shenanigans.
I am also a victim of the latest panda. I have lost more than 500% of usual traffic. Really I am very sad about this unfavorable change on traffic and hope Hubpages admins will do the necessary things to get back traffic. Let us wait for good changes! Thank you so much for opening this topic PurpleHubs!
by Nell Rose 5 years ago
Why does our hub traffic drop so dramatically when they do a Panda update?Can someone explain exactly what happens in simple terms and why? thanks!
by Susan W 5 years ago
Hi everyone, thanks for checking out this forum post. As the title suggests, I'd like to ask you all how your traffic situation is right now, post-Panda. I got a dreadful hit (a decrease of 50%) last week from Panda but now my traffic is rising again. How's yours? Is it still doom and gloom or is...
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...
by StormsHalted 5 years ago
After the alleged Google alogrithim update probably after 10 December my traffic has fallen drastically from more then 150 views per day to 50. Traffic was steadily rising but after 10 dec it suddenly plunged showing no signs of recovery. (hubs have remained unchanged).
by John Coviello 4 years ago
I see signs that Traffic is Starting To Come Back After the Latest Panda? It is hard to confirm since HubPages is not providing traffic stats during their changeover to a new data provider. Has anyone else noticed a recovery in traffic after the steep Panda related drop off?
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
Google just released what it is calling "Panda4.0", a new addition to its formula for ranking content on webpages. If you have noticed a significant change (up or down) in traffic to your Hubs today, this may be why. Check your rankings on search engine results for your...
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