What percentage of your traffic comes from Hubpages?
According to Hubpages, I have 612 views total (from the traffic sources page) and 520 are from Hubpages, making 85% of my traffic from Hubpages...that is pretty bad. HOWEVER, for my total views on the statistics page, I have around 700 views, so where did those views come from? I know a couple came from yahoo and bing, (under 5) due to google analytics.
But yeah, share how dependent your views are on Hubpages!
Only probably 1% if that is from hubpages. Mine is search engine predominantely and pinterest.
I've got 26,451 total views and 3393 are from Hubpages. I also suck at math.
Out of my total views for all time, I calculated Hubpages views at 3.8% of my total views.
One of the reasons you have the majority of your views are from HubPages is because you are new. I've been here 6 weeks, and 507 of my 1741 are hubpages, so a little less than 1/4. However, the percentage of hubpages goes down all the time. I imagine when i've been here a year the percentage from hubpages will be even less.
You've only been here 11 days. To have 85% of your views from Hubpages is totally normal at this point.
While your Hubs are so new, the vast majority of your traffic will come from within HubPages - especially if you're being active in the forums and in visiting and commenting on other Hubbers' Hubs.
It takes time (sometimes months) for Google to like your Hubs well enough to rank them in search engine results. Then you'll start seeing more traffic from outside HP. You won't make much money until at least 80% of your traffic is coming from outside HP
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