What increases my readership numbers more, watching my account page, or publishing new hubs?
And if that's such an obvious question, then why do I find myself spending so much time doing the former? Is this normal behaviour?
I also watch my account page quite often, just because sometimes I am very lazy to do other stuff etc. But certainly writing more hubs, reading and commenting on others, asking questions will increase your traffic. I think it is a quite normal behavior though, but not so useful.
by Fiction Teller 3 years ago
Anyone here used to write for Suite101? They've gone through a number of permutations and seem now to have disappeared altogether.It's not just casual interest; I'm trying to track down why the income has stopped (that'll always make a writer pay attention!) I'm a former writer for...
by Shauna L Bowling 4 years ago
I've noticed in the past couple of months that my balance history for a particular month does not reflect what my account shows in current time. Yes, earnings and page views were stalled during the last weekend of September, but now all is supposedly good. However, my balance history is $5 shy of...
by Deacon Martin 5 years ago
Is it just me, or do other Hubbers find the readership stats a bit misleading?In some cases I know my immediate readership, but the stats lag well behind. And yet I seem to clock up a reader every time I edit - even before I publish! And the traffic sourcing seems a little casual at...
by meloncauli 5 years ago
Since I finished the apprenticeship, and after umpteen updates and changes made on HP, my traffic has never picked up. I can't remember the last time I saw any more than 40 views a day. My average at the moment is more like 30. The articles I worked long and hard to produce, sit there doing nothing...
by lrohner 7 years ago
Looks a bit different. Or is it just me?
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