Have you had a hub that started to get more organic traffic right away than HP readers?
I was wondering if anyone is experiencing or has experienced high organic traffic for any of their hubs within a few hours or days of being published, more so that they would get HP readers. Most hubs tend to get a blast from within the site and trickle of outside traffic, then the HP traffic would die down and the organic traffic would slowly increase until it I sseasoned. But some hubs seem to just hit the big time right away. Any one experience this?
Yes, a few of my hubs have received more organic traffic than hp traffic just after publishing them. One of them was a hub about a current event, so it was no surprise it got a lot of traffic. But a few of my other hubs that were more evergreen oriented have gained organic traffic very quickly (within days).
It is possible that there is little credible information showing up on google for certain keywords, so when you write a hub using those keywords, you quickly reach the first page of google. Or it could be something else entirely. Either way, it is a nice surprise to see a hub picking up organic traffic so quickly!
I actually was thinking about this because I have a hub that recently did that. I didn't do anything different promotion wise than I normally do, but I noticed the traffic stayed high for a few days. I looked at my stats and it was almost all Yahoo and Bing traffic - that's never happened before.
I think it's really cool of course - but yeah, why with this one and not others? lol
The only other hub I had do this went viral a bit on Pinterest, but this recent one was all Yahoo and Bing. Interesting.
I actually had this yesterday to one of the hubs I published. It has not happened to me before, so I am not sure if it is a fluke. That said I am happy and am hoping it continues. I always get a burst of hub pages traffic after publishing a new hub which quickly dies down, leaving organic traffic. Hopefully this new hub continues with this level of organic traffic, fingers crossed
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by Daniel 5 years ago
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by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
Do you get organic traffic to your hubs? What percentage of your pageviews are from Google?
by Megan Smith 5 years ago
What is your oldest hub that still gets organic traffic?Or other online writing.
by Casimiro 5 years ago
That's overall for all my hubs. That number has been rising and seems to me a sign of healthy hubbing at this point. The rest is about equally split between coming internally from HP and from my external links via social media and blogs. What do the veterans around here think about these numbers?
by kikalina 6 years ago
How do you increase the organic traffic to your hubs?
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