What percent of your hubs receieves the most traffic?
Is it normal for a small percent of your hubs to be receieving the majority of your traffic? We will say 10-20% while the rest hardly see any traffic?
Thats about the way it works for me. One of my hubs does 70% of my traffic and the rest do okay, but nothing compared.
Yeah, works the same way for me. I have about 3 out of my 12 hubs that have generated most of my traffic.
2 of my 42 hubs generate 75% of my traffic and probably 5 generate another 20%, it's just what is unique enough to catch on.
1 out of my 8 hubs gets the most traffic but that doesn't surprise me. I write gardening advice and my most popular hub is about deer resistant plants, a VERY popular topic.
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