What is the source of your hub traffic?
Until now, 90 percent traffic to my hubs was from hubpages, but now the statistics is quite reversed. I see traffic coming from ask, google, facebook, bing, yahoo, redgage, stumbleupon and many other bookmarking sites.
majority of my traffic comes from Hubpages still, 2. Google and surprisingly 3. reddit.
Hello Vinaya. I also am seeing more and more Google traffice and trickles from others places.
I'm seeing a lot of traffic from Pinterest lately. Some of my hubs are becoming really popular there.
Right now, my greatest scource of traffic is from the HubPages, but I'm trying to increase traffic from search engines.
I get a majority of my traffic from hubpages, Facebook, hubpages, other sites, google, twitter, yahoo. Just depends on the hub.
I'm not sure how long you've been on Hubpages. My traffic for the first few months was from this site, but gradually, Google replaced it as #1 and now Google and all of the other worldwide Googles is at least 75% of the traffic. I do get some from pintrest, bing, my own blog and hubpages too, but mostly Google.
Most of my traffic comes from hubpages since I'm rather new I guess but I'm trying to increase my vocviews on google any suggestions
The traffic to my hub especially come from: yahoo, bing, google, hubpages, shetoldme, and facebook. I have pinterest, but there is no traffic yet. Thanks
by easyguyevo 7 years ago
What is the main source of most hub traffic?For example is most of your traffic from search engine or hubpages or whatever. Mines is from hubpages. But i am only now starting on hubpages.
by Vaiebhav 7 years ago
What is your hub traffic source?Of the 250 page views I have received in the last 10 days, only 8 have come from Google search. That's less than 3% traffic from Google search. Do you have a similar experience? Are hubpages for hubbers, by hubbers only, with very little outside traffic coming in?...
by Becki Rizzuti 4 years ago
I've noticed that there is at least one post claiming to have gained a significant amount of traffic this week, but for me, my traffic has dropped by 50%. One hub, which at its height was getting over 4k hits a day, is now down to 500 hits daily, and every other hub on my account has dropped...
by Jacob J Morris 4 years ago
My hub traffic tanked by 90%! Anyone else experiencing any problems. It looks like some of my hubs have been removed from the first page of google for the key terms they were related too.These were articles that were on my blog for years, so I recently did a redirect to so not to lose my rankings...
by gchicnotes 6 years ago
Any tips for increasing older hubs seeing a decline in traffic. I've shared my hubs on twitter and Facebook and I have a widget on my site. I've revised tags too. Any ideas to keep them from seeing a major plummet in traffic.
by paradigmsearch 5 years ago
I'm experiencing a traffic drop. I believe it is because of what this thread is talking about... http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/112459 When it comes to ranking, there are just too many whims of fate... And Happy Thursday! 4:30 AM, USA, West Coast.
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