I haven't had any traffic on my hubs for a few days. Has something changed?
Before that I usually had 1-2 a day. So this might just be bad luck/losing PageRank or something.
I find for me, if I'm not actively replying to others hubs, or actively promoting my own hubs via social media or SOE, I can go days without anything either.
With so many things to read, people only have so much time, so if you aren't drawing them to your content, chances are, they won't find it.
You've been here such a short time, most of you pageviews are probably from Hubbers, the difference between 1-2 and 0 is not that much. This is not at all unusual. The topic you have chosen is pretty competitive, keep writing and hopefully with time people will find you.
I usually have about 40-50 views per day with my hubs. It used to be 700+ views per day until hubpages changed its layout.
You've written a hub on how to get more traffic. Read it!
I haven't fully worked it out yet, but my traffic has been fluctuating quite a lot recently, and I think it is partly dependent on how active I am. I've been busy moving house the last couple of weeks (and still only have slow mobile internet at new house) so haven't been on much and my hub views have halved. It happened this way a few weeks before when I'd been inactive and then rebounded. I'm waiting to see if it rebounds again when I'm back to active duty, I really hope it does.
So hang in there, keep writing hubs, asking and answering questions and commenting - your fall in traffic may just be temporary, and even if not hard work can restore it.
When I'm active on HP, my hits stay in the range I like them to be in. If I stop interacting with other hubbers and on social media sites, within a few days my hits are down by about 20%--and they seem to hover at this rate until I start interacting again.
Most of my hits come from Google, and I think that really helps.
I know Google Panda reran a few days ago so this may have impacted on your hub traffic.
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