Just wondering how many of you have migrated to .hubpages.com subdomains and how is it affecting your hub traffic.
thanks for the feed back.
A good 10 days later my traffic has more than doubled . Hoping the page ranking some of my hubs had will also return. I note that hubs that had Incoming Links do not have those anymore and am keeping an eye out to see if they return.
All of my Pvs have climbed considerably since switching to subdomain, and I just switched a couple days ago. I am happy:)
I have, and my views seems to have picked up somewhat( just since yesterday)
It will start off really, really bad. But once you are re-indexed (a few days) you will be back in business.
I'm really not sure when I'll join this, I don't want to see another effect on my earnings so I'm just leaving it and working on other projects
Well I'm glad others are benefiting, I want to join but I don't want to effect what I'm already earning just yet. Maybe after the summer I can
Yes, all of your likes and everything will be erased(Paul Explained this in detail). So it is best to get it out of the way, plus your earnings should go up.
I'd strongly recommend doing it.
I'll wait until they do it, I want to top up my earnings for next months paycheck in these last days of the month
Plus I'm only 1000 views off 500,000 so I'm waiting for my accolade
Been a week, nothing bad or good happened, hubs have been re-indexed, no differences whatsoever, not sure if subdomain would really work for all of us, though I don't see bad stuff coming
I switched straight away. Overall traffic doubled after a few days, with almost all the extra being organic (Google.com views up over 300% and still increasing after nearly 2 weeks). Hub ad earnings doubled and Adsense also saw big increase.
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