Has anyone noticed a huge decline in traffic from hubpages.
It seems like all my traffic to my hubs is coming from search engines and I am getting no traffic from hubpages... is this happening to anyone else.
This is often what happens to our hubs. Because, right now 90% of my traffic are from search engines and 10% are from Hubpages.
But, I guess that's pretty normal, and may be favorable because search engine traffic may suggest that you are getting found online and that you are building organic traffic.
This is a "normal" weekend. Overall, you WANT the majority of traffic to come from the search engines as that is what pays, not views from those at HubPages.
There's has been a big decline in all of the numbers here at the hub pages. Here's the statistics since last year, and they don't look favorable - http://goody5.hubpages.com/hub/Google-vs-the-Hub-Pages
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