I have a hub out there that only had about 6-10 hits a day. All of a sudden, goes up to over 600. Stats say it's coming from facebook, m.facebook, & t.co, which is connected to Twitter. I haven't been sharing it at all. A large bunch of the hits coming from m.facebook is one of my FB friends. It just seems like a huge jump for a nothing hub to go crazy.
I'm afraid it will look like I have done something to get more clicks unfairly. I just don't want to be cut off when I don't know what the heck is going on with it.
This has happened to me on several occasions. Overall it is not a bad thing. Views on your hub is not like clicks on Google ads. An increase in views is a good thing, however a sudden increase in Google ad clicks is not, lol.
Enjoy the surge. Over time I have been able to track several surges back to where the hub was featured on some related page that had the Twitter and Facebook share options there.
Sounds like a good thing to me! It's like going viral on a small scale! I had one of my hubs shared on Facebook and got close to 400 likes in 24 hours and I don't put any of my hubs on Facebook so it was a pleasant surprise! I don't think you will be penalized for it. Enjoy the boost in traffic!
by cebutouristspot 6 years ago
Anybody else experience sudden surge in traffic ? My page got very low traffic for the past 2 days but last night the traffic is 5 times as much. Should I be wary of some mischievous act happening ?
by Rahul Parashar 2 years ago
The CPM rates are up, and so is traffic, by quite a margin.Have you guys been experiencing the same?
by Anastasia Kingsley 6 years ago
How can I divide one huge hub into two hubs? Is there a good way of doing it besides cut + paste?My hub has gotten enormous - it's actually two hubs. How can I split the Siamese twins in the easiest, less painful way? S.O.S.!
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
I haven't written anything for months on HP, but have just started again. With the hubs being held before being featured, do you normally shared them on fb right away or wait until they're featured? Sounds like a dumb question, but I'm not sure if anyone can see them outside of HP, even if they...
by Hollie Thomas 6 years ago
At the beginning of December my traffic was down by around 60%. My hubs were in the same position in the SERPs as they had been previously, so the whole situation was rather odd. Today however, my traffic is up to pre December levels and climbing. Anyone else experiencing a surge in traffic?
by Keith Abt 3 years ago
I published a new Hub today, and when I went to share it on my personal Facebook page as usual, all that showed up on the page was... the link. Nothing else. Usually I get that snazzy little box showing the title of the Hub and a thumbnail pic and everything. I've already tried sharing it from two...
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