Just would like to know if anyone else is just dropping like a flies in pagewies..
I am just flabbergasted right now...
I’m on the same page with you. It’s just too frustrating.
Yeah. I have lost some lore traffic this week. Happened in the last two days where traffic plummeted even further. At this point I am wondering if the battering will ever stop.
My traffic dropped like everyone else recently and has stayed at the same low place. Don't think it's dropping more but it's not going up.
Actually, I just got a report that my views jumped by 86%.
Mine are down a bit, but normal for the time of the week. Up till now traffic has been really good. Earnings are up too.
Perhaps the difference is that you've only got 21 articles? My advice is to keep writing. Build up your stable of hubs, then the drops are spread out more.
I think that is the best suggestion yet. If someone only has 21 articles and their best hub loses 300 page views a day, they are upset.
I might not even notice. My daily page views flucuate considerably and while one article goes down, another might go up. Even now, when I do not spend much time on this, I publish an article each month. That pace hardly seems excessive.
I deleted some articles yes, (a long time ago) but pethelpful I was up to over 200 views every three hours and now I'm down to almost 60. If you don't get views, you don't make ad earnings. It was one of my strongest articles for a very long time.
Yup, as the others have pointed out, people with a low number of hubs. So yeah, me! 40% drop compared to two days ago. But two days ago it was some of the highest I have seen at this time of the year, mostly due to Dengarden. Caloriebee is consistently 40% lower since the september update. Dengarden fluctuates a bit.
Is it possible that you lost ranking on a search engine? Is it true when you were the first result and someone writes better content, you lose your ranking to them?
My former best article (in terms of traffic) seems to have had a fall from grace. That article is responsible for over 1/3 of my total views since I have been here.
Fortunately, I do have some other ones that are at least partially making up for it.
Yes, still about 8% per week. If it keeps going this way I'll have negative views whatever that means. On a positive note, earnings aren't falling at the same rate but they're still probably down 40% since September.
The annoying thing is that views were steadily increasing before the end of September for several articles on Owlcation.
I wish I could tap into the Chinese market with pictorial articles and get Baidu to index them.
That would be great! If you figure it out, let us know.
All Hubpage seems to be (at least for me) is an online bookshelf for my articles, and a place to review other peoples writings.
I don't have the outside links or boot sites to promote myself or my writings. Just before I enrolled on HP seven years ago people were making money on this site, but the door was closed shortly thereafter, in some way I don't pretend to understand. Some writers continued to do well, (at least they say so). But I believe we are 'filtered' from mainstream search engines, or it involves the way the old meta tags were used and then changed somehow, again I don't understand.
See this forum for explanation and fix re: low traffic.
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … hnical-seo
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