I normally only get about 6-8 views per day. Then yesterday, out of the blue, I got over 60 and every single hub I have written was read by someone. I have done nothing different lately. Anyone have an explanation?
Do you use Analytics with your Hubs? That would let you take a look at where the traffic came from.
Sometimes people just find things randomly, one day you search for lawn care the next day 60 search for swimming pools. Its just traffic treads most likely.
No one else? Mind did get a sudden bump of about 20 percent, but maybe it's real? That'd be cool....
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
Has there been another update from Google? I ask since my views have been dropping rapidly every hour since the past 6 hours. Surprisingly the total views in the stats has remained stationary since the same time.Stats...
by Lisa Kroulik6 years ago
This morning I had .56 earned yesterday and now it shows 0. Just me, and why would that be?
by aoiffe3797 years ago
I have a topic that I researched in Google keyword tool.There were thre columns- Competition,Global Search and Local Search. WhatI realize from reading other hubbers is that traffic and clicks depend on 'evergreen'...
by Jfair7445 years ago
I'm a newbie so I really want to see how my work is doing and if my improvements are attracting more traffic to my hubs, but the traffic hasn't been updated in over 16 hours. Is something wrong with the site?
by Rob Hampton4 years ago
What does "organic" traffic mean?
by David Lim9 years ago
I have been with Hubpages for a few months and published a couple of hubs. I am starting to get a tiny bit of search engine traffic and I am wondering if there is any way I can know where the traffic went and what...
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