Some of my articles that was on page 1 of google seem to have disappear completely, like not even on the first 7 pages? Was there an update?
Also had a big drop tonight.I have no idea, what is the reason.
Have only 60% of my usual traffic.
Weird! I've actually experienced an increase in Google traffic, after a lull. Don't worry Avan, it's probably just a random algorithm change, your traffic will be back to normal in no time.
I had a big drop too. It started on Thursday, April 5th and I haven't recovered any of the organic traffic yet. I was feeling quite excited about how much organic traffic I was getting since I'm just a newbie Hubber. I thought, "Wow, I must be doing something right with my SEO. If I keep going at this rate, and keep learning everything I can about SEO, I think I'll do OK generating good traffic to my Hubs" And then there was the sudden drop to zero organic traffic from Google. It's quite discouraging, and combined with the Big-E article heist a few days ago, I'm feeling kind of antsy about Hubbing. I guess I'll just have to wait it out and work on building backlinks for my existing articles.
Yes, my traffic has from google just went to zero in one day. I was getting about 130-160 from google and now it is all gone. All my articles are not even in the top 10 pages anymore. Some of my article used to be in the front pages but now it is nowhere to be found on google search engine unless I type in the url. What to do?
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
Okay, after 10 days of farting around and squabbling in the forums, killing time while I waited for Google to do a U-turn and restore my traffic (which it didn't do), I took a deep breath and went through all my hubs and did some general editing. Nothing magical, or too drastic. I...
by Eugene Brennan 3 days ago
According to Search Engine Roundtable, it seems there was another update this week. I notice traffic has dropped a further 20% to 30% on at least two of my high traffic articles.Has anyone else noticed changes?
by ShailaSheshadri 17 months ago
I am writing articles for this website since past 3 months. At present, I have 38 featured and published hubs. I have joined for Amazon and google Adsense program. Past two months I earned like very less amount, less than 1/2 dollar. If I continue writing and publishing at the rate of one article...
by Mellonyy 6 years ago
Probably, "big fishes" want "small fishes" to pay for the traffic?!Please, share your thoughts or guesses....
by Rahul Parashar 3 years ago
I am thinking about building some backlinks to my Hub[ages subdomain, but am not sure where and how should I start. What do you suggest? What's your backlining strategy? Is it really impossible to get so organic traffic without backlinks? If not, how difficult is it?
by Casimiro 5 years ago
That's overall for all my hubs. That number has been rising and seems to me a sign of healthy hubbing at this point. The rest is about equally split between coming internally from HP and from my external links via social media and blogs. What do the veterans around here think about these numbers?
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