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How is your traffic in general based off your hubs? I can tell you have alot of followeres, so i can imagine you get quite a lot of traffic.
Not great, I do get views but usually only when I first publish.
My short stories draw in traffic and from different search engines and countries,and also on a more regular basis.
I have stopped having ads. switched on for pages like the one you left this question on, so I guess that does not help with traffic.
I find the ads. alter the layout that I have planned and I do not like the way they look then. I am close to giving up on this type of page and if I do I will be posting them in future on my own blog or web page once I have them set up to a suitable level.
That said, there are some poetry Hubbers who are more successful at getting their words high in search engine pages so they will get more traffic.
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by Marie Flint3 years ago
I will be inactive at Hub Pages until I receive a payout (sometime in December) or the Hub Pages team invites me to officially become an editor for their HubPro program. Blessings!
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