Finally I am getting traffic to my Hubs - will this last for one week and disappear?
I am new and trying to find my way.
What have you experience in regards to traffic? Bumpy ride - many highs and lows and pretty consistent growth?
I am not sure I understand...You have 190+ hubs, been here for 8 months, and have 300+ followers...
I think I am missing part of the question - sorry....
It depends what the traffic source is, and what the keywords are. In anycase we are coming up to the Christmas season, which should be good for all of us!
My traffic goes up, it goes down, all the time. right now I have so many blue arrows (meaning a downward spiral of course) that I don't know if I'll ever see red again. It varies a lot.
Well ... will you please tell me why you joined hubpages ... what was the reason of that ...
If you know that simply try to achieve that one when everything is moving in the right direction.
Congrats for your traffic growth. "What to Expect Next" Since you got the good traffic, you may decide yourself.
Will traffic drop off or grow gradually - what is the typical - if there is a typical.
I fear one morning to see half the traffic.... quicker than I saw the growth.
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