All traffic across my hubs are on the up. This is also showing Adsense up 20 %, Amazon sales up 40% and HPads revenue has tripled.
So if you have been thinking of giving up on HubPages, give it some more time. Don't concern the daily up and downs, look long term.
well i guess it's your turn to feel the roller coaster ride..
I have noticed you mention in another forum post that your traffic has tanked.
An aspect I am finding strange is your range of topics for your Hubs is no less diverse than mine.
What is not apparent is I am tweaking everything to do with my accounts and will probably do so for some rime to come. My traffic then may still go up, or go down, time will tell.
how can adsense be up and HP? I didnt think we could have both?
Mine are up as well Kanga, but I noticed it has dropped again today for me. Not much, but the fast upturn seems to have peaked for me.
I may have to do some work........... a terrible thing in itself work, I try to avoid it.
Better slow down and have another beer first earnest. I had the same huge increase others did and it has topped out. It is now falling slowly, but the weekend is coming and it's a 3 day holiday in the US. It's going to fall this weekend.
So no need to work yet. Ease back, play with the grandkids some and take it slow for another week.
Great advice! I had breakfast at school for fathers day with the gkids, but had to run between the twins and my grandson's classes, so a busy morning for me.
I hope we get to see a steady increase. That was how it was going pre Panda for me at least. I have better figures than ever even after the drop I have noticed, so all is good so far.....
Fun, isn't it? I just went and picked my 9 year old grandson from football practice and watching him tickles me. Especially when he explains what is happening on the field.
No telling about the increase. The huge increase last week got me excited, but scared at the same time it is some kind of "mistake" by google and will soon end. If only it continues...
This may be a leveling out of our current rise hmmm...
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