traffic falling to my hub? It is the sign that my hub is not interesting? How can I rise the traffic? newbie here..
Edit your former hubs. Put in a new picture or video. Update it with new information and if all else fails, delete it and start another. After you write 100 or more, there will be some that will have lots of views no matter what and some will not. Persistence is key! Also, check out the learning tools of hubpages.
Take, also, advantage of social media, digg and other vehicles. Don't give up. You can make it. When the money comes in, it will give you a sense of satisfaction.
Traffic to your hubs is going to rise and fall based on whether the topic you wrote about is in the news or is seasonal and being searched for in search engines. Generally, a new hub gets a lot of traffic, then levels off, and then it may pick up again in a few weeks or months, as search engines index them.
To make traffic rise again, try fine tuning the search engine optimization (SEO) of your hubs (check out the hub I wrote about SEO). Also, try creating links back to your hubs from other places on the Internet, commonly called backlinks.
Go back to your hub and work on it. Update it. Make some changes to make it more interesting. Look at your summary, is it good summary? Good luck, Ronilo.
Mine is falling yet all my hubs are featured. All 88 of them. They say it's something to do with Panda and Penguin updates. My earnings have dropped by 50% over the last few weeks so it happens to those of us who have been around a long time. You currently have only 3 hubs so it is very unusual to have lots of traffic at this early stage. As montecristo says Persistence Is The Key.
If you only have 3 hubs, this could be the reason. HubPages has placed strict guidelines for writers over the last couple of months. I believe you have to pass "Boot Camp" and have 5 featured hubs in order to see rising traffic. Here is a HubPages blog on the topic: http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/04/five-f … b-barrier/ .
Good luck with everything!
Your hubber score is pretty low so work on that in forums, read hubs and leave interesting comments ("great hub" doesn't count as a good comment- add detail)
Improve your descriptions to your hubs based on what the hubs are about as these are linked to potential search engine traffic
Add detail and quality content to your hubs
Sometimes a good hub will never get traffic as it's written in an area where the marketplace already has a huge amount of high quality content so always google your competition- if your hubs can't beat the standards of what's at the top of the rankings you're really going to struggle.
Based on my Hubs (I can't answer for others), it's normal to have an initial "bump" in traffic for a few days after hitting Publish. Then the traffic will naturally fall off (often to zero in my case) UNLESS the search engines decide they really, really like what I've done.
Some writers (from what I read on HubPages) are pretty consistently able to produce Hubs that have staying power and get steady traffic for years. Others never get the knack at all. I'm somewhere in the middle, with maybe one in ten (on average) "getting legs" and producing 24/7, 365.
The odd thing for me is that I've never been able to predict exactly which Hubs will catch fire and which won't. I do know that certain categories have better chances; my How To and Product Review titles have some real winners.
Being patient does help. For example, one of the strongest Hubs I've got, chronicling my wife's arduous journey in getting Clear Choice dental implants, was up and running for about six months before it suddenly "took hold".
I think traffic falls a lot over the summer months. It will pick up. Is it (your hub)featured?
Don't panic. It will increase soon. You just concentrate on writing more hubs with a couple of capsules. Things will be ok within a short span.
My pageviews dropped by 1/2 and my earnings dropped by 1/2 too. Never pick up since last month. Don't worry, you are not the only one. Yes, your traffic will rise when you edit your hub and join HP forum, question community. People will read your hubs when they find your answers interesting. Best of luck@!
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