I'm seeing loads of "[username] has published a new hub" messages on my hubtivity, but they're from people I'm NOT a fan of.
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by iamalegend 7 years ago
when i search anything in hubpages search box and hit search it seems ok. but if i selected any suggested word related to my search i'm getting a new page with message "[object Object]"And the address link for that page is like this...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
OK, so it's probably too soon to tell, but along with getting a higher percentage of my views from Google searches, it looks a bit like my Amazon sales have increased both in number and amount since we switched from subdomains to a single domain. Is anyone else seeing this? Even if it isn't the...
by Kathy Hull 6 years ago
Is anyone seeing a lot of traffic from Pinterest?I have had a huge jump in my traffic for one article that got pinned on Pinterest by someone else. I was wondering if anyone else has seen this kind of activity. Or if you could see the potential of using Pinterest as another avenue to...
by RanaKm 13 months ago
I have a very bad luck in my life.... I do believe in the existence of luck but not in my life ....Unfortunately, I hope I'm the only one because I don't want others to experience the same things that I have been/am experiencing.
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I just checked my traffic sources and saw that my numbers are going backwards in several areas! That's a first!
by Lisa Stover 5 years ago
For about 2 weeks now I have been seeing a huge decrease in traffic. I'm not sure of the cause because I've checked and a lot of my hubs still are ranking well with Google but it seems that people just stopped coming. Is anyone else having this problem?
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