I can't remember what happened with previous hubs, but is this normal?
I think if your hub is about purple pigeon poop, or some other term that is not searched for very often, you will not be seeing much or any traffic.
I have a artilce that was published about 20 days ago, has the snippet and the top spot on Google, but still only has 25 hits from Google since publishing. Is it a fluke? I do not think so. It may have more traffic in the summer but I just do not think that many people are interested in it so there will not be much.
If you look at your "referrers" you should have at least one page view Google, when the article was indexed. Do you have that at least?
Dr Mark. Your reference to one page view from Google Does that mean that when a new article is listed on Google, that is counted as a view?
I am pretty sure that the view from Google is when your article is listed on their site. If you have a new article and their is no view from Google that is cause for concern. Unfortunately, I do not think there is anything you can do about it. In the past you could send a URL to Google and ask them to index it, but it is my understanding that they have done away with that page.
Shucks. I was thinking I had some readers come in from google. But it looks like almost all of my google traffic is just getting the hub listed.
by Sherry Hewins 7 years ago
Do you get organic traffic to your hubs? What percentage of your pageviews are from Google?
by Daniel 6 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on Hubpages, you will not, I repeat, you will NOT get credit for clicks on your ads from...
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
Edit: Reference note: The OP by another Hubber has been deleted.The purpose of this thread is an inquiry as to how to get more organic traffic....
by Ru-an 9 years ago
How long does it take to get traffic from the search engines? Ive done my SEO now and i have submitted my sites to several high ranking do follow bookmark sites, but im not seeing anything meaningful from the search engines yet. I thought if you bookmarked your sites it gets crawled almost...
by Mellonyy 7 years ago
Probably, "big fishes" want "small fishes" to pay for the traffic?!Please, share your thoughts or guesses....
by znutter 8 years ago
I am very new here and was wondering if someone could tell me on average how long it take to start getting visits from organic search. I have been here for 4 days, published 4 hubs and all of my traffic has come from hubpages. I know it takes a while I am just wanted to know what your experiances...
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