Is your traffic back to normal levels after the crash more than 2 weeks back?
No. I'm still at about 1/5th the daily count average. Hopefully, it will go back up when the holidays are over and the distractions are minimized.
Hi Rajan, my traffic is back up to what it was before the crash, but it's hard to tell since I am so new to hubpages and publish more hubs weekly. Sorry I could not be more helpful.
Mine has come back up quite a bit from the last couple of crashes, not quite to pre-crash levels, probably 85-90% or so though the last few days so I am feeling more confident. I still believe HP is going to continue to struggle though as more updates roll out.
Mine is still quite low. I have tried everything but it is still down.
Rajan - I'm still down about 50% to what I was. It's coming up some but not enough to suit me. I'm hoping my previous score will return before long. Sob, sob.
Mine has pleasantly returned to pre-crash levels and even improved. I hope yours has returned to normal levels as well.
It's mostly back, but I'm still about 10% below the views I was getting before the "crash."
It looks i was the one who was hit most. I still get about 20% of the page views as i was getting before. I hope to get to that level soon..lets see if i can
My views are finally starting to come back up after they crashed back in October. It's been very frustrating. I was so thrilled in August when I had reached my one year anniversary with HP and FINALLY had made enough to see some money from here. My views were doing great throughout August and September. Then, they dropped to almost nothing in October.
I still have no idea what happened and I'm not happy with some of the changes that also haven't been explained (ie. Why don't my hubs have ads when published - that's when my followers and Facebook Friends read them??? Why were tags removed?? etc.)
I'm looking forward to my views returning to a point where I can start seeing money again but am concerned about the "roller-coaster" views and unexplained changes (this is the second time in the year and half I've been a member).
At the time of the crash about three weeks ago I was averaging 300 views a day with no problem. Then I went to a situation where I was struggling for about a week to get at least 100 views for the 109 hubs I have published. About a week ago I went back over 200 a day for a few days, but right now I am struggling to see 150 views a day.
I had no idea that the traffic levels had crash! I couldn't really tell a difference to be honest, I don't have a lot of traffic anyway since I am new
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