I'm definitely interested in views, not followers. Hubbing is not blogging. With blogging, you are building an audience and trying to keep them with you, so followers is important. Hubbing is for providing information thatt answers questions that people have about things they are interested in searching. You get more views if you've provided information they need. You get better (longer) views if you provide better information than other souces. You might get repeat views at that point too. I have one Hub "Easy Words to use as Sentence Starters" that I think gets a lot of repeat visits because people pull it up when they are writing an essay to look the list. They could copy and paste the list into a word documents but I don't think people do that. So I'm thinking it might be a good idea to write other hubs that not only get views, but may get repeated views.