My traffics have just crash. What should I do?

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  1. avan989 profile image72
    avan989posted 6 years ago

    My traffics have just crash. What should I do?

    My traffics from google which was getting 120-200 views per day have just been reduces to zero in one day. My articles is no longer in the  front pages of google anymore, it seems to have disappear completely. What should I do? I feel so bad because I though I was making progress.

  2. jellygator profile image91
    jellygatorposted 6 years ago

    I wish I had an answer for you. Mine have dropped lately, too, and I've been wondering how to make it pick up.

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 6 years ago

    Well, in order to know how to help you one would need to know what you "might" have done to cause Google to want to sandbox you.

    Always but always - you can ad high quality backlinks to your hubs.

    Here is what I would do:

    Join InfoBarre - write short articles there (five hundred words is good) that summarize a hub, and link back to HP with one backlink per InfoBarrel article.

    Blogger.com - do the same thing

    Xobba Tribune - do the same thing.

    Any revenue sharing site worth a dime will allow you to do what I've described above, and will give you high quality "dofollow" backlinks that will, in time, un sandbox you, and provide you more traffic, and additional platforms for publishing success.

  4. Jenna Pope profile image61
    Jenna Popeposted 6 years ago

    How about feeding your Hub links through some social networks? That is working for me. Put a tracking number on each link and see how its working.

  5. thoughthole profile image95
    thoughtholeposted 6 years ago

    I have no answer for you, but I have the same issue. My traffic began to plummet 4/10/2012 after what appeared to be a steady and stable increase over the last 3 months on google. It actually went to an overall 2 yesterday (so sad) which I have not seen since the first weeks I began writing here. I had a guess that there may have been some incredible drop in internet use after spring break, but even that theory seems to be reaching considering how extreme and abrupt the change was. I am following this question to see if anybody has any sensible explanation. Good Luck avan989. Thank for posting this.

 
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