Just yesterday I had a ton of traffic from Yahoo - was it simply because it was a snow day? My traffic increase just from yahoo is estimated fourfold - great day for Yahoo traffic.
Is this a one day wonder?
yes that is look like a wonder or may be you luck you have a any topic which is hot today and may be you have a new method of getting traffic
by Angela Harris 10 years ago
Hey guys and gals,In the last two days, my Hub traffic has really picked up. I would guess about 40%.I don't know if I've been Stumbled or what, as the traffic seems to be a general across the board increase.Anyone else having this phenomenom happen to them? I'm excited. I hope it doesn't end.
by rebekahELLE 8 years ago
I thought this might make an interesting topic since we're from all over the place. If you want you can name your country and your top 5 sources of traffic from our account dashboard. [excluding HP]I'm from US.googlesearch.yahoogoogle.co.ukgoogle.cagoogle.au
by Drew Breezzy 9 years ago
What are your top 3 traffic sources? not including hubpages
by girly_girl09 9 years ago
I wrote a few hubs this morning (its almost 5 am here). For the record, I have insomnia. lolI published one of my hubs but then got to thinking that perhaps it would be more strategic to release them later on in the day when more users were online? I know it wouldn't affect paid traffic, but...
by Whitney 11 years ago
I have a suggestion. Lately, I've been participating in Yahoo Answers. I try to answer any question I have a thought about, especially those that I have experience with. I have answered several questions that coincidently have hubs about similar topics, and in my answer, I provide the tracking link...
by knslms 10 years ago
I have been getting a decent amount of traffic from google but I recieve very little traffic from yahoo and the other search engines. I used to own a website with the same problem. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong, or if this is normal?
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