Has anyone recovered their traffic from pre September 2012?
I have regained some of my traffic but I am still at approximately half of what it was in September.
Yea, I noticed some red triangles this week. hope they'll climb back to where they originally were
I find that hard to answer. I started with HubPages over two years ago and forgot about it until this past January. I get regular traffic and I have a stable income, but I don't know if it would have been better pre-september.
Yes. My traffic is up since pre September 2012. I am doing more keyword search now when I pick a topic.
Difficult to say. There seems to have been a pick up recently but I am not confident it will last just yet. But I expect to add more hubs in a while.
Yes. I experienced the 9/2012 dip due to the Panda upgrade as a temporaary hit. I was in the Apprenticeship Program and am following HubPages new recommendations regarding Stellar Hubs and title creation. Page view and income growth are slower than I would like them to be - it takes more work - but I feel that we are getting good guidance and support from HubPages corporate and that, with hard work and best practices, success is inevitable.
Recovered isn't really the right word for me...
The month of April marks my first year on HP. My traffic is realitively low but has been steadily increasing despite the fact that I haven't done anything in about four or five months.
As far as Sept 2012... During that time I was very active in publishing new hubs and I saw an increase from about 70 views per day to about 140. So at the time that everyone else was complaining I was actually fairly content with my meager gains.
Since then my traffic has continued to "yo-yo" it's way gradually higher. I peaked at about 270 views per day and am currently hovering at about 210. This is probably much much less than the rest of you but it is also somewhat above my own expectations. I recieved my first payout last month and am expecting the next one to come after May.
I have wondered if the growth I've seen might have been less gradual had there not have been the panda update. But... there is really no way to know for certain.
Yes after a long time, after last September, my daily hubpage view has picked up from this month, I was really frustrated and stopped adding hubs all this while. Though it has not reached to its original state, I am hoping that it will soon and continue soaring higher, that's such a motivator!
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