Non Performing Hubs
When I try to edit my non-performing hub, or change its tags, the hub comes alive for a short while and gets hits, just to die out again. Does anyone know why does that happen?
One of the reasons could be the hub is dated or has stale information. The best course is to remove the hub and edit it and publish it on some other site. The results will be beyond expectation
That happened to me, too. I added a capsule to a bunch of hubs. I thought they had been placed on the HP home page, and was worried that I had filled it up for my followers. However, I was reassured that I hadn't. So your update probably wasn't seen within HP?
So the only other thing I could think of was that Google saw the updated status of my pages and ranked them a little higher for a bit. I never did find a definitive answer for it. But I hope that helps a little.
Do your stats tell you what the traffic sources are?
A fresh post or a fresh change goes into the feed on the main page of HubPages. So for a short time you get traffic from that.
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