Gotta love the holidays went from 2500 to 3100 views in a week yay
I agree, one of my hubs has been viewed over 4000 times and it was only written a couple of months ago. Seems folks were staying indoors and surfing. We need more holidays!
Luck you! how do you get such traffic? mine sucks! I currently only have 200 total views of all of my hubs.
Between the holidays traffic was good. The holidays themselves it sucked.
by Brandon Lobo 3 months ago
Anyone else here with articles on Owlcation seeing increased traffic over the past 5-6 hours? I have been seeing increased traffic on my Real Time Google Analytics and also the hubpages stats page. Nothing huge for my owlcation articles, but it's a huge increase. I see jumps in rankings, even on an...
by caseymel 5 years ago
What one thing have you done that has drastically increased traffic to your Hubs?
by Jaye Denman 5 years ago
Has anyone experienced increased traffic to hubs after simply editing their titles?
by Sherry Hewins 19 months ago
I have seen everyone saying how great Flipboard is at increasing traffic. I remember a similar experience I had when first using Reddit. Back then, I got high traffic numbers, but not much extra money. Are high traffic numbers from Flipboard converting to dollars?
by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
I have a headache, which means that I'm probably going to be doing less work for the rest of the day and more resting with my knitting and watching TV with my daughter. We're both hit hard by allergies at the moment, and me with new contacts, too! Ugh!So figuring that I wasn't going to be doing...
by Mary Krenz 8 years ago
This will probably not sound like a problem, but is it possible for a single hub to get almost 900 views in one day, out of the blue? One of my hubs did, before it had only 150 views in 6 months, today, 886. Could this be a technical glitch?
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