I'm probably going to curse myself, but after a six to eight week (august 23 through October 18) period where I saw a pattern of 4-5 day surge, 1 week plunge I'm seeing very steady traffic - it's been steady for the last 3 weeks (since October 19)...
Anyone other surge and plungers seeing the same?
SimeyC, I am probably jinxing myself, but things have stabilized on this end - at least no more recent plunges. Of course, as soon as I hit "submit" on this post, I'll probably plunge!
After the early Sept. drop, I didn't see much increase until about a week to a week and a half ago...was back up to pre-panda levels for about a week, and dropped again this weekend. Just waiting it out. There's one particular hub that cues me in, ranks on first place during my small surges, goes away into oblivion during the plunges, but stays on page one of other search engines. Not worth stressing over at this point.
The surge/plunge is affecting me. About four weeks ago, my traffic was nearly three times what it is today (after a phenomenal recovery from the initial Panda). This has been a progression starting a month ago, each day, each week, showing less and less traffic despite continuing to publish hubs.
by lady rain 7 years ago
After two weeks of steady increase in traffic views, my traffic views are plunging today. It is like the stock market, taking weeks to crawl up slowly and then plunging overnight. Once it hits rock bottom, it will be another steady ride upwards.
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
Today my HP traffic was the highest ever - WAY higher than it was pre-Panda. Since the switch to sub-domains, my traffic and earnings have steadily climbed. What I want to know is:Is this likely to last?Why is it happening?Just because I've endured some Google algorithm updates, am I likely to...
by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
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by seamist 7 years ago
Has anyone's traffic came back who plunged on September 6th? Mine has not.
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
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by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
I was loving that my traffic was doubled for a while... it was hitting levels I had never seen before on HubPages.But today I just noticed it's down at least 1,000 views, and I check pretty much every day.I'm not sure what could have caused this but the only thing I've done different is I've been...
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