Hi, what do you do if the traffics of your articles has dropped? And also, what is/are the difference/s between performance and traffic? Thank you
You've got a great hubber score of 93, Eric, so you must be writing well. Traffic goes up and down. I've had an article that was doing nothing, then suddenly it was "hot."
There's not much you can do, except keep high quality on your content. When you find something new you can add or do to an article, revise it. Check Google Analytics from time to time for trends.
Traffic is the essence of everything. Even the good content will suffer from earning point of view if the traffic is less.
Traffic goes up. Traffic goes down. Some days it's great, other days it sucks. It's the nature of the beast. Don't stress about it, you'll live longer.
Just keep doing what you're doing. Break up articles using text modules into mouthful sized chunks and use bulleted and numbered lists. That should keep Google's appetite satisfied. Not much more that you can do.
Have a look at this guide in the Hubpages Learning Centre:
https://hubpageshelp.com/money/Learning … -analytics
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