I have been here 2 years and have seen the highs and lows of Panda. I finally was allowed back into Google's graces and my traffic hasn't necessary fully returned but it is now I feel more stable.
I wish that there was a graph showing over time month by month the increase in my traffic.
I know the number of hubs makes a difference but I believe I have also improved upon my quality by working with the recommended changes of moving text to the top, eliminating RSS feeds and unrelated links and of course, key words.
A visual view of what I have achieved I feel would be motivating to all of us.
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
This issue has been raised many times in the past – but given the 20% drop in traffic it should be rectified urgently (good enough is no longer sufficient (IMO)Links to unrelated pages is something that Panda and...
by lrohner4 years ago
The whole "idle" thing worked really well, don't you think?
by Audrey Selig4 years ago
If the questions are causing traffic problems, I suggest that they be removed from the profile page and out of our individual subdomains. I would rather lose the money from Adsense if it would help with the page-views...
by Blake Flannery22 months ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
by Nathan Bernardo2 years ago
Don't remember what they call it, but in search results, Google puts a quick answer to a query at the top of the page. Basically, if a person gets their answer from that, it's likely they won't go to articles on the...
by HSanAlim6 years ago
If you have not yet read the article Paul Edmonson, founder of our platform, HubPages, has posted on techcrunch.com you should go there and read it RIGHT NOW. http://techcrunch.com/2011/05/05/google … mpetition/...
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