As a source of Hub traffic, what's your experience of traffic?
In recent days I've been taking a look at Twitter Analytics (Duh... I never noticed the menu item for it before!). Anyway I've noticed that the click through rate is extremely low, but I also discovered that potential readers seem to get confused and click on hash tags instead of the intended link. I wish there was some way of highlighting links or alternatively an option during composition of a tweet to hyperlink the attached photo.
Most twitter users are quite familiar with how it works, maybe you just use interesting looking hashtags?
I think click through is good if you have engaged followers and it matches their interests. 'Follow back' and promotional handles, not so much.
Personally I find Twitter incredibly useful and I get more traffic from Twitter than I do from any other social network. However, the majority of my traffic does come from Google (i.e. SEO) and from within Hubpages.
I seem to get lots of impressions. But as for link clicks, forget it. And many of those titles are downright provocative, but still nary a click to be found.
I use Twitter here some, but mostly on my blog. I also use it via Hootsuite which allows me to schedule Tweets in advance. I do get quite a few views and from those views the stats show some are clicking on my Google Adsense ads.
I bought a book on Twitter and I think to make your followers happy you need to be consistent with your posts. I think a daily update would be good but I haven't been that ambitious yet.
by Eugene Brennan 4 years ago
I just noticed on GA Real Time, traffic coming from this source:dengarden hyphen com dot cdn dot ampproject dot orgSomething to do with accelerated mobile pages?
by jkchandra 10 years ago
My Twitter account is @JohnnyF89 Thought I'd ask because I've noticed many published hubs that recommend the use of Twitter to help you with Hubpages.
by Glenn Stok 5 years ago
I noticed tonight that the Flipboard share button is missing on all hubs. I checked a few niche sites and they are all missing. It doesn't matter if you're logged in or not. In addition, the problem I reported a few weeks ago with Pinterest banning ToughNickel is still not fixed.
by Fuller_legend 11 years ago
What's a reasonable level of traffic to expect after 3 weeks and 12 hubs?Sorry if it's a dumb question just want to know how i'm faring as i haven't really got a clue at the minute. Getting about 150 page views a day in the last couple of days. Any good?
by Nell Rose 7 years ago
I know, we have heard it before, but its getting silly now. I have been writing on here for four years, and my traffic has been okay. Its gone down before, and yes its come back up. But this time its really driving me nuts. How can hubs that have been going good suddenly lose so much traffic its...
by Dan Harmon 9 years ago
Although I doubt this is an HP bug, I'll post it in the tech problems anyway -Yesterday traffic jumped about 20%. Almost all from one hub:HP stats says that hub got 350 views, up 300 from normal, with 275 of it from Yahoo. That's a weeks worth of traffic from Yahoo for the entire...
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