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I have personally had a little jump in trafiic yesterday and today. Not very significant, but significant enough to want to know if more people are experiencing this. may 16/2011
I have been holding the increase I've seen earlier last week.
Actually, I am seeing an increase in traffic now that you mention it, to a degree anyway. One of my hubs is getting over 100 views! I recently published it though, but still have not seen that for a while.
My traffic has been modestly better over the past couple of weeks. With that said, it greatly varies based on a handful of Hubs (responsible for most of my organic search traffic) that seem to cycle in search ranking (almost all Google).
What has been very interesting to note is that Adsense click through rates (over roughly the last 1.5 months) have nearly doubled and CPC rates have been very strong in comparison to prior activity with substantially more traffic with roughly the same amount of Hubs. I haven't enrolled in the HubPages Ad program.
This month's adsense has already outperformed last month's.
I will agree on that too Mikey. My Adsense is much better than it was last month. However, for 3 weeks, I had HP Ad Program running. I shut it off at the beginning of the month and my Adsense earnings have already surpassed what I made for all of last month. I passed that total a few days ago.
Whose stats are you using to track the traffic?
I have a Hub that HP says has had 1637 hits in the past week, and Google says it's had 973.
That's because google only shows your 60%. HP stats show the whole 100%.
I don't think thats right.
I have a blog that has 12,856 hits per Statcounter and Google shows it at 11,556 which is only a 1,300 difference.
So Analytics must be giving me more than 60% of the views.
Of course I cant use Statcounter on HP to check that.
Hey Sabre, I am going by Google Analytics. My Adsense revenue has increased. Both has nothing to do with HP stats. I don't look at HP stats for numbers, but look for the arrows. The arrows tell you whether or not, traffic is increased or decreased. I let Google Anaytics tell me how much based on the URL channels I have setup.
I was just amazed to find over 500 views for one hub from Facebook alone!
hmm,I had to go look at my stats and I have to agree that there is a slight increase in views today
I hope it continues!
Has no-one else noticed that HP rolling stats seems to have a cough or something. Each time it updates, about 20 past the hour, it gives a figure that will change next time I look, it rolls back by quite a few views.
But later catches up again?
Last night I published a new hub and for a while it showed something like 8 views and 6 comments. Then later it showed 1 view and 6 comments. What?
Tonight is the same. I've just lost 45 views off my total since the last time I looked.
I saw the season increase, seeing the seasonal dip after now.
Modest increase in traffic, adsense is still terrible, but Amazon is up a bit, nearly double last month, which takes me back to my earnings for last July...sigh!
Okay, maybe just a teeny bit. Not enough for me to feel good about though.
Probably a silly question-If you are enrolled in the HubPages Ad Program, does that elliminate Adsense? My Adsense has dropped to basically zero since I signed up for HubPages Program. My traffic and earnings are so low, I'm not sure what to do
It does not eliminate Adsense. You still need adsense to run HP Ad program.
You'll likely make less in your adsense account because your also getting HP ads.
My adsense income is almost nonexistent because I am earning through HP ad program almost exclusively.
I have gone from an average of 48 views per day to 116 average views per day within the last two weeks.
I posted a new hub a few days ago that received a lot of traffic on the first day, here's hoping it can ride the wave
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