Hi guys,Sorry probably a daft newbie question , but i am a bit worried i have been on hubpages for two weeks now, well active anyway, i have written 8 hubs, and have a score of 75,but i have no followers and my traffic seems to be declining, am i doing something wrong that is obvious to you, or is this just normal, i reallt like hubbing but it would be nice to have an audience , even a small one, could somebody take a look for me. many thanks
This is what I have to say about followers.
And views will drop after the initial "new hub" traffic from other hubbers. Then the views will slowly start to rise again as search engines pick up your hubs. The average hub takes about 6-9 months to start getting serious views from search engines.
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