When I check traffic on my never hubs there is virtually no traffic from Google. WTH?
I don't think that that is the issue. It appears that Hubpages is having (yet again) technical difficulties. My stats have not updated for the last two days, including new accolades and earnings.
When you say your earning have not updated, do you mean Google or Hub Ads?
Ah! I suppose I misread the "thing behind" this forum post. I suspect that you read it correctly, and that I'm just a pretentious moron.. . . .seriously. I'm sort of glitchy.
I don't think that is true either.. As Luis Gonzalez says the stats are still stuck.. I guess the counter moved a bit and is stuck again.. lets hope for the best
From what I understand it depends on the article because google is no longer ranking the whole site just individual pages on the site.
so I wonder if they(Google) is expecting protection money form websites. much like the Mafia expects from local business people...;/
I'm getting Google traffic. I'm even getting DECENT Google Traffic.
I can only imagine that if you aren't - then a little on page web optimization and some additional dofollow backlinking is in order.
I'm not exactly getting pre pandaganda Google traffic - but I'm about 3/4 the way to Pre Pandamonium Google traffic.
My google traffic has remained pretty good, and is even climbing some. But I do like to be able to take a quick look at states for a page and see about keyword and traffic and this glitch is a b---h for doing that.
I've been at this now for about 5 months and really enjoy writing for Hub. I've published 70 hubs and have noticed a real drop in Google traffic. I was getting over 50% but am now down to about 35%. I admit I'm doing about one hub a week but once did about three a week. Thank goodness for backlinks. My only question is: How low will it go?
About 70% of my traffic is from Google so I don't think we're totally ignored. If that were true, I wouldn't have any traffic at all.!
Thanks everyone. I was going to ask this same question because whenever I look a subject up, just random, in Google other article sites come up. I almost wanted to switch but I really like Hubpages.
by liljen23 7 years ago
I have been monitoring my traffic and it shows that I am receiving more traffic from Google. I am so happy because this can either convert in sales or clicks for me. I am loving this.. Here is a pic of my traffic in the last 24 hours which is in the first column..Traffic Comparison
by CindyS 4 years ago
Do your hubs get more traffic from Bing, Yahoo or Google?I noticed that I always get more traffic from Bing and Yahoo than I do from Google. How can I increase my Google traffic to my hubs? Where does the majority of your traffic come from?
by Sherri 6 years ago
I was sorry to see that this forum thread was closed to comments by HP:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/78912#topThere was a lot of good information going back and forth there. It may be that some snipe stuff went on between commenters, but the topic is still valid.I'd like to see it continue.
by Howard S. 6 years ago
Has anyone else experienced this? If not, how can I troubleshoot it?Within the past 24-48 hrs, traffic from all Google sources (all countries) dropped to zero (0). I got one from Bing and some from HubPages. I had been getting at least 30/day from Google sources--not a lot, but enough for me to see...
by Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by Hope Alexander 10 years ago
Thought I would post this to see what other people's experiences are. I recently had a flood of hundreds of Google visitors to one of my hubs, which one would think would equate to many monies. Everywhere I go on this great interwebs, I seem to run into the refrain of Google traffic being the be...
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