Something I have noticed about views
I have noticed that since I have not had the time to post links to new hubs on as many sites as I used to that my actual views have increased. Any thoughts on this?
Good afternoon, I know that older hubs, over time, will become 'seasoned'. The reasons for this might best be explained by someone in the forum, but I know that most people I have spoken to over the years have said their hubs also gain traffic with time.
Have a happy day:)
Hey Luis. I stopped creating backlinks a while back because it took too much of my time and my hubs are doing great. Google isn't waiting to send traffic to seasoned hubs any more. Some of my best traffic are coming from hubs less than two and three months old.
The only links my hubs may have are when they are shared on FB, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. I find that my Google traffic kicks in almost immediately. I read and article on Friday that stated that all the SEO work we have been doing will not matter to Google any more. All we need to do is create quality content and Google will find and rank us. In a while SEO will become obsolete.
Here is the article:
http://site-reference.com/articles/hot- … g-network/
Luis, the newest Panda slap seems to have put hub pages in a better place with search engines. Back linking or linking to websites no longer seems to be as important as how your viewers "like", "tweet", or otherwise share hubs. The newest slap has taken bloggers who were over linking out of the picture. This has opened up first page slots for hubs. We have seen a dramatic increase in search engine traffic in just the last few days.
For those who have been earning online from articles and small niche websites life has changed. This was predicted by a high six figure income earner who is one of our mentors about ten months ago. How he knew social sharing was going to change the internet we are not sure. We listened so are setting in a good place.
Yeah - you've probably just got some older hubs that are finally given the respect they deserved all along by Google.
Sometimes I literally have forgotten about a hub...and didn't think it would really be successful anyway...and then six months to a year later its getting a ton (for me) of traffic near daily from Google.
Darn things didn't improve themselves...search engines only decided with some "quite contemplation" that the thing was good enough for them.
All of you are right it seems. Every time I published a hub I posted links on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Redgage & Blogger. Lately however, I have not had time to post any links, just enough time to publish a hub. My traffic has been steadily rising at a rate of about 12% increase per day with 75% of it from search engines.
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