Having fared not that badly when panda hit (40% loss), and having got back quite a bit of traffic when the new subdomain was introduced (25% gain), all was well again with hubpages.
However this morning, virtually all of my hubs have a blue triangle next to them and my traffic has dropped by over 60% in one day.
The funny thing is, my Google rankings dont appear to have changed for my hubs. Anyone else had a sudden drop in traffic? Maybe its the hubpages reporting that's gone wrong (ever the optimist!)
Even Panda took longer than 12 hours to kill my traffic.
Ahh. not a reporting issue. Google has decided that it now hates me with a passion......Google giveth, and Google taketh away.
Yep, we've been discussing this on the latter pages of this thread.
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