Have you ever stopped making hubs for a few days on purpose to see where your natural/organic traffic levels are sitting at?
If you mean to see where visitors are coming from like search engines or hubpages you can just use the stats on each hubpage or check through google analytics.
Naw, I know about those, I was talking about just using the normal overall statistics for your Hubpages. I notice rather large surges when I publish, but it's fun for me to take a couple days off to see where it settles.
I've done that a few times.. but it's more out of curiosity to see where where my hub scores naturally are. Like Will said, though, analytics tells you where people are coming from.
Typically, I write my hubs in word anyway so that I can check length and grammar and all of that. Besides, Word has nifty little tools like REI and outlining that make writing a lot easier. When I'm heavy into writing, I'll let the hubs rest and just work solely in word. That usually gives HP enough time to level out.
by Brian L. Powell6 years ago
Does anyone have any tales, that you of hubs that you are willing to share, where the number of views surprised you?
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