Is there a way for us to know when HP is planning to do "scheduled upgrades" ... especially when they're down for more than just a couple minutes?
I just think it'd be nice to know some time frames, instead of having to continuously click refresh until HP finally comes back up.
Can we know the "schedule"? Or are they unscheduled? The only pattern that I've found so far is the one on Wednesdays prior to the newsletter being sent out.
We're working on setting up a HubPages blog, that will serve to update users on upgrades, new features, etc. It's nearly ready... and it should fill that communication gap, especially for users who don't necessarily participate in the forums.
by John Hollywood3 years ago
Just so people don't think it's just a fluke with our drop in numbers on the hubs. I'll give you the link but clearly, it's starting to become clear something's up with Panda or a migration issue....
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
The 3 month Quantcast data for HP - US Pageviews is shown below. Looks like there has been an average 10% loss of 'Quota', (average traffic) since the start if the year. There is a significant loss in mobile traffic...
by Michael Willis8 years ago
All sites have these upgrades and they are necessary. Would be nice to be warned before they occur. Can plan to not be working on a hub, comment, etc. either before the shutdown or afterwards.Thank you!
by Person of Interest5 years ago
I just compared the 3-month, Quantcast charts for HP and Squidoo. Based on trends, HP is now your better bet! I kid you not. Although Google is probably still not thrilled with all writing sites in general, I believe...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
For those who want to share. And possibly commiserate...HP comparing Monday-5/6 data versus Monday-5/13 data, HP is down 19.3%HP comparing Tuesday-5/7 data versus Tuesday-5/14 data, HP is down 15.0%PDS comparing...
by Eric Dierker5 years ago
It was 30 seconds back in o2. Hubpages is liable over this 7+ hour stint.Yes your income and exposure is effected and yes that is sub - industry standards. It also suggests a revenue siphon. Of do you trust...
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