I don't know if any hubber noticed the recent increase in hubs traffic for about one week now. Increase of up to 60%.
Most people have reported declines recently. Is your traffic from Google, or elsewhere?
I have seen some serious increase in traffic this month (December). Most of it is coming from a direct source (as analytics puts it) for my very first article that was moved to a niche site a year back. I suspect this to be a result of that article doing well in mobile search but reported as a direct source by analytics.
Someone on the staff should have a look at your stats, there might be something useful to learn.
You have over a million views, so I am guessing the increase in traffic is significant. Almost all of your pages seem to be on hubpages,com (with only three on soapboxie) so it is unexpected.
Google must have decided that you are doing something right. Which might be a clue as to what works for the latest search algos.
Thanks Will Apse. Yes I have about 1,966,000 views currently expecting to reach 2 million by the end of this new month. I believe Google checked on my pages recently as you said.
I hope it continues. Some people have seen a boost and then a slide, sadly.
Uzo kedu, that's good news. Its great your traffic took a surge, I hope it continues that way.
Mine, on he other hand took a plunge and I'm hoping things pick up.
Odimma @ Isivwe, I am happy for the increase. Two to three months ago, I felt bad for decline in my hubs traffic but am happy everything picked up again recently.
Yea, traffic can be that way. I hope it's still on the rise.
One thing that's working for me is sharing my articles on Pinterest and although I'm not so consistent with it right now as I have a lot on my plate, I notice a surge whenever I do.
Writing seo-optimized articles also helps.
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