Where does most of the Traffic to your hubs come from? Social,Hub Pages,Google? Whats your strategy
Google in its various forms, then Google+, Pinterest and Facebook. I also get about a third of my traffic from HP or other users Hubs.
The best case situation is getting most of your traffic from Google, as it will be higher paying original traffic.
A good example is I have a hub that gets only 25 hits a month from google, it makes about .85 cents a month.
I had a hub that got 1850 viewers from stumpleupon in 1 day, it generated Zero cents and never took off.
The views were empty and untargeted, so it failed.
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