I've noticed a massive drop i.e. almost nil traffic to my article. When I checked out the cause, turns out the hobbylark website is inaccessible and states that the website is harmful and that it may steal data from my system. This is leading to a major downfall in traffic. Any updates on the matter?
Yeah it seems fine now. The traffic is back to normal. There was a 90% drop in my usual traffic for the 3-4 hours but seems like the website is working properly again.
by Victoria P 6 years ago
Is the traffic down on hubpages? Says my traffic was last checked 23 hrs ago
by fishskinfreak2008 9 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2010/01/28 … ?tag=stripWhat the hell does she know? Palin still thinks she can become president by being mayor of Wasilla Alaska and not finishing up a term as governor of a far-flung state.
by paradigm search 4 years ago
Jeez, I check my stats this morning and it's a disaster. I run to Quantcast and discover it's all of HubPages and not just me. What the heck is going on? I even rushed to a calendar website to see if there was something special about May 1; there wasn't. I checked the news for anything that could...
by Brian 6 years ago
I just went to the google adsense account link from my account to check my earnings, and it will only show my monthly earnings, which is 0.00. The link only goes to a mobile app, and will not allow me to view my total earning from day one. It says there is no data available.I have not collected a...
by Dr. John Anderson 4 years ago
The 3 month Quantcast data for HP - US Pageviews is shown below. Looks like there has been an average 10% loss of 'Quota', (average traffic) since the start if the year. There is a significant loss in mobile traffic (down more than 10%) with PC traffic up a little. => Has there been and Panda or...
by Steve Andrews 10 years ago
Now I have started writing hubs about sexy subjects the traffic has really picked up and not just from outside sources. I just checked and found I have 366 as the traffic figures from hubpages for the last 24 hours. Thank you to all you hubbers out there who are visiting my site!
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