After seven months on HubPages, I still don't understand how the hub traffic statistics work?...
I especially don't understand how the scores are calculated. Sometimes I have a lot of traffic, but it doesn't affect my score at all. Sometimes no traffic and the score rises. Can anybody help?
Oh how I wish I could. I have red arrows that indicate a rise in traffic, but only 2 views that day- while others drop in score although they were viewed 50 times that day. If you figure it out, you're a genious because I don't think anyone has the answer for this one.
by Frank P. Crane 7 years ago
Why am I not earning more?OK, here's the skinny on me. I've been at it for seven months, written 41 hubs, had 3600 hits and 250 comments. I've earned a whopping $8. Is this normal for newbys or is there something I'm missing?
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Some hubbers have written a hub a day for seven months. How is this possible? What about research?
by hazelwood4 6 years ago
About a year or so ago my traffic dropped considerably on Hubpages. Just curious, what improvements have you made to your Hubs that helped you recover from the Panda update. Also, has anyone who was affected by the changes seen a complete recovery? Feel free to post links to helpful articles,...
by Vinaya Ghimire 7 years ago
What is the source of your hub traffic?Until now, 90 percent traffic to my hubs was from hubpages, but now the statistics is quite reversed. I see traffic coming from ask, google, facebook, bing, yahoo, redgage, stumbleupon and many other bookmarking sites.
by maddot 7 years ago
Help wanted:After six months on Hubpages no sales and not even a dollar a month through Hubpages!Okay, I've published 39 hubs, have been active on Huppages for about six months, do keyword and back links but I nothing has sold on Amazon and I am lucky to make a dollar a month from...
by CurtisMDawson 9 years ago
Where does your Hub Traffic come from mostly? I haven't seen any traffic other than internally...
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