One of the first hubs I did here on HP was published back in June and it was about a cocktail. It's always been ranked on Page 1 of Google for its main keyword, but the expected traffic never materialized. The past couple of days, it's gone from 0 to 5 visits per day to 100+ visits per day. Almost all of the traffic is organic search engine. According to HP's stats, it's now down to approx. 40 over the past 24 hours.
It's a pretty obscure drink everywhere in the US except for south Florida, but the traffic is spread pretty much across the US with California and Texas in the lead. And sheesh, the only thing they have in common is dry, hot weather.
About a cocktail? Sheesh. Don't people have better things to do?
And I really like your new avatar!!! What's that building in the background?
hehehe irohner that was indeed strange try not to worry about that hehehe...
by jim10 10 years ago
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by Dan Harmon 5 years ago
Although I doubt this is an HP bug, I'll post it in the tech problems anyway -Yesterday traffic jumped about 20%. Almost all from one hub:HP stats says that hub got 350 views, up 300 from normal, with 275 of it from Yahoo. That's a weeks worth of traffic from Yahoo for the entire...
by Peter Messerschmidt 4 years ago
I'm not exactly "new" around here... but sometimes I feel totally mystified by the evident "micro climates" that seem to affect my CPM numbers.For example, I have had pretty much "X" number of hubs for a long time. And my CPM seems pretty stable within a narrow-ish...
by TopUniverse 7 years ago
When I see traffic status for any hub through my account, it show results for outside traffic and own visits.Is there a way to eliminate own visits?
by seanorjohn 7 years ago
Just noticed when you look up traffic sources ( that place which records google, yahoo etc visits) it shows how many visits are from your own hubpages account. Wonder how long that has been there?
by Annette Thomas 6 years ago
Realize it may be different for each person, but based on the average hubber, I'm wondering how many hits to, say, a fairly decent hub. 100 hits? 200 hits? Some folks may get 0 , others get 10. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's too general a question, but...
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