Actually after 4 days of switching to the subdomain i noticed increase in hub traffic, but earnings is still low, why?
You're only seeing an increase in traffic because of the "new content" bump Google gave your content because it's under a "new" address.
Soon, like everyone else, your traffic will drop again.
And as for the earnings - well gee I'm sure someone can think up a good conspiracy theory about why people getting the same amount of views as 6 months ago are getting half as much money. Hmmmm
by Sandra Busby 7 years ago
What are bookmarking sites? And how do they increase your earnings?I just read an article about bookmarking sites that said they could increase earnings. I'd like more information
by Cardia 10 months ago
I signed up for the Earning Program a little over a year ago (before, I used to only earn through Amazon and Adsense) and while I am seeing earnings every day, I've only been able to reach payout twice. I've tried to update my hubs, use interesting titles and good photos, but I still find that my...
by tamron 5 years ago
I have been deleting and moving hub to my blog. The UN-featured hubs with no hope. Man I was shocked to see a big boost in traffic and earnings.I moved over 20 hubs which took 2 days. I had $3 in change before I deleted these hubs. Now I have $15 what a difference and my...
by Rob Hampton 11 months ago
Just received my 8 year accolade and was curious how traffic is for people. It's definitely improved for me. (Couple screen shots) my traffic has increased significantly since last year. I've added a few more articles, but even long time articles are way up! I guess I'm feeling "giddy"...
by schoolgirlforreal 4 years ago
About 1-2 yrs ago,I heard many hubpage writers talk about how the "Google panda thing", interfered with the ir income on HP.Is that still going on, and what have people done to help themselves?My earnings are still horrible.Are there things we can do?****Sorry if I seem naive about this....
by girly_girl09 9 years ago
I have read time and time again that earnings increase with a snowball effect after 3,4,5,6+ months on here. I sort of get that, but after taking my own experiences into consideration, I'm left with a few questions.I've read folks comments such as "it takes 6 month's for google to index and...
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