I had about 191 views a day between hubpages, bukisa, and my website. For some reason, I've only been getting at max 30 for the last few days. Has anyone else had such a drop? If so, what's going on?
Not for me actually, my traffic has increased from just 10 to about 100 - and all these are to my hubs only. I've found that more activity means more exposure, more exposure means more followers and more followers means more traffic. Set a specific rule - like 3 answers per day, 1 question per day and/or 5 comments per day. Write at least 1 hub per week and you'll never see decreasing traffic!
Same here...big drop. Some will say it's summer, some will say it's Panda but I say it's the people, they don't search for the stuff we write anymore. They don't do their keyword research before going wild on the internet to read stuff. Too bad.
Same here too... HP seems so bleak at the moment .
Panda is just an excuse! As long as your contents are original, you have no need to worry. If its summer in US, its winter in Australia and other oceanic areas. While summer may be a factor, it is natural and you should not depend only on winter to get traffic. In the mean time, create some back links and add some meta description to your hubs.
Panda is not an excuse - for those of us who were established here pre-panda massive drops in traffic have become a fact of life.
In January I was getting 800/900 hits a day and now 400 is a good day, and it is much harder to drive good traffic to newly written hubs however much keyword research and promotion you do.
Its not just hubber traffic that you need, if you want to make money you need search engine traffic
I have been working hard at backlinking .. it just doesnt seem to draw what it used to before.. it is only the last week or so I guess..
anyways each to his own reasons..
My hubs are earning more each month and the traffic has increased since Panda every month since. I don't know what the deal is!
You need to tell us more.. can't keep it to yourself..
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I think when it comes to traffic, it depends on the subject matter.
For instance if you write on traffic keywords like celebrity gossip, pictures of tattoos or piercings, famous quotes, video game reviews, music lyrics, movie and book reviews etc.
Those subjects bring in more traffic just out of default and probably do well on a pay per view revenue model.
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