Just checked my traffic sources to my hubs.
Mostly all was Google, a few Bing and Ask but no Yahoo.
Anyone else seeing this?
I have yahoo showing in keywords but not on my main stats count page....
However on my main traffic sources page search.yahoo.com is high up the list.
Thanks, looks like I will have to start up my Yahoo backlinks campaign for my Hubpages.
I've noticed quite a drop in Yahoo visits since they bought out Associated Content! I think they are giving their own site more attention now!
Yeah, Yahoo seems like it's dying. I have a few hubs at #1 on Yahoo and further down on the list on Google, and Google still brings way more traffic to those hubs.
by multimastery8 years ago
What are 3 of your top reporting traffic sources? Mine are Google, Yahoo and HubPages!Perhaps through this thread we can all discover new and exciting places to generate more traffic to our hubs!
by Drew Breezzy8 years ago
What are your top 3 traffic sources? not including hubpages
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by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
I have never seen this before! Analytics shows that I have traffic, but HP's traffic sources is showing all zeros. Anybody else having this issue?
by Jenna Inouye3 years ago
I'm sorry if this has been answered; I'm having trouble searching the forums and I already read the FAQ.I noticed that on my traffic sources I have a lot of hits from Bing and Yahoo, but none from Google. This seems...
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