has anyone else taken a hiatus from writing only to notice that their traffic has stayed the same or even *gasp* increased?
and do you EVER take hubbing breaks?
i'm very cyclical, its a necessary evil.
I travel several times per year, usually having zero internet access while I'm camping in remote areas for several weeks at a time.
This has zero detrimental effects on my Hubs or earnings.
I'm not dependent on HP for income, so it's just a part time thing for me. On the other hand, my real life work involves a lot of my time, along with traveling to different countries to gather material for writing, so I end up being away for weeks at times. If you keep getting steady external traffic, then the hubscores remain high, even if you're not active on the site.
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
In light of the recent barrage of "alleged" copyright violations from sites that use my content without my permission, I'm wondering why one particular hubber has visited one of my hubs over 600 times. I'm flattered by the attention, although, I do not see any comments from this person....
by Arnab Ghosh 4 years ago
Is there some problem? I find a drastic change in traffic today! I usually get around 300 views a day, its just 20 today. Anyone experiencing the same?
by Annette Thomas 6 years ago
Realize it may be different for each person, but based on the average hubber, I'm wondering how many hits to, say, a fairly decent hub. 100 hits? 200 hits? Some folks may get 0 , others get 10. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's too general a question, but...
by Rob Jundt 5 years ago
Has anyone else seen a dramatic decrease in their hub traffic?Where has all the traffic gone? Has anyone else seen a dramatic (as in 50% or more) drop in traffic over the last week or so?
by Dan Harmon 5 years ago
Although I doubt this is an HP bug, I'll post it in the tech problems anyway -Yesterday traffic jumped about 20%. Almost all from one hub:HP stats says that hub got 350 views, up 300 from normal, with 275 of it from Yahoo. That's a weeks worth of traffic from Yahoo for the entire...
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
Using Google Analytics, I see that a particular hubber is shown visiting one of my hubs about once every couple of weeks. What could this mean? I would hope it's not plagiarism but has anyone else had this experience? They have not commented on the hub either.
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