Red up arrows all over the place! Anybody else experiencing a big upswing in views?
Yep! Heading up strongly. I have no idea why.
A little bit of one. Not as much as I would like, though :LOL: :LOL: ! Good for you, having lots of red arrows - congratulations! I hope it lasts a while.
yes, even surpassing pre panda days- however mine is seasonal and will notlast longer than a week- sadly
Mine have also improved over the last 24 hours with a nice crop of red arrows!
I'd thought that until I checked my account .. one hub is soaring but it's on the Royal wedding so will be dead after Friday
I got a few red arrow, but not a lot. Also not a big change in my overall views. When I checked "traffic source" Hubpages is my number one traffic source. Thanks y'all! I'm thrilled you are reading my hubs.
Yes, I'll definitely enjoy it while it lasts, because if nothing else on here I've learned that things can change on a dime!
yes, I'll enjoy it whi;e it
not yet for me but congrats to you!
perhaps it is something you've done recently!
I'm seeing an increase, slowly, across the board. It's hard to say how much is attributed to linkbuilding and other work I've been continuing to do.
My belief is that the panda update was only going to be temporary, as is so often the case.
We need to keep pushing the garbage Hubs down and push the quality Hubs up.
Keep helping one another.
Mine is up a bit, though not helping with Google earnings (I'm about 35 cents from another payout).
Even more surprising is that someone bout about $200 worth of jun... er, needful items on Amazon from a hub I have never before earned from.
my best hub is plummeting and so is my other best hub, traffic hasn't been this bad since I started 17 months ago
I have been seeing an uptick in traffic over the last few days. However, I am unwilling to admit it has anything to do with what HP staff has done and more inclined to do with what I have done.
Yes, traffic was up on a lot of my hubs and enough to merit around 10 red arrows. Unfortunately, my was short lived (about 24 hours) and traffic has starting heading back down to post-Panda levels.
I think the only objective way of finding out is to look at a website such as Quantcast which gives visitor figures for hubpages.com as a whole. Individual hubbers can see quite big rises and drops but that isn't necessarily meaningful. Currently on Quantcast, as far as 26th April, it only shows the two big drops in traffic that are consistent with the 2 Google algo changes.
I would therefore suggest that there is no recovery for the site at present.
I noticed it too. I'm now up to about 50 percent of what I used to have. Of course, I now have more hubs. . .
Well it's prefectly feasible that *your* hubs are "recovering" even if the site as a whole remains in the doldrums! ;-)
What is really going on is Squidoo ranks higher than Hubpages. So the past two day a lot of people at Squidoo has seen all of their articles completely removed. That is the increase of views.
Some people who has multiple article on page one with the same keyword saw only Squidoo taken off the search. I am not sure if you have noticed a few days of complete loss of Google search engine hits but your time may be coming soon. My thoughts are Google is seeing with article site has the most traffic or something to that case.
Sorry, Mainewriter but I am not clear what you are saying. Do you mean that Squidoo has suddenly taken a big hit in the SERPs?
I did notice a few days where my google hits were way down, but they seem to be back up now. Not as good as the first day I posted this thread, but still on the upswing, so I'll take it!
DIYweddingplanner perhaps people are inspired to check online articles about weddings bec of the Royal wedding. Are your hubs with increased views geared towards weddings?
I see that my number of views is still unstable -- "seesaw", but CTR is way down and amount of click is very low.
by Sherri 6 years ago
That's nothing for some Hubbers, a lot for others. But after being here for more than three years, watching my views go up, and then watching them go down, sitting at the bottom of Panda after February, and knowing that I don't write here with SEO in mind, this is something special. Something good...
by anime_nanet 8 years ago
I think the title says it all.Gratz Darkside. I learned a lot with your hubs!!!
by dohn121 9 years ago
Wow. I'm way ahead of schedule. I was hoping I'd reach this by Sunday...Guess I was wrong after all.
by Pr0metheus 8 years ago
I just hit 1,000 hub views!Yay!And google is hot on hubpages tail for traffic sources (only 10 clicks behind today!)
by Kmadhav 8 years ago
I reaches the 10,0000 hubs views & looking for million club. Thank you to all my dear hubbers who read and give comment on hubs.
by lesterd2009 7 years ago
Hey HubbersJust want it to share that recently reached 100,000 views to all my hubs couple of hours ago, and just want to say thank you to all the hubbers who help contribute to this achievement.Next goal is 1 million, and is coming even faster at 102k views already..Thanks
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