I am new to hubpages..was just wondering what is the average number of views per user per day.
I have 72 views so far? How does this a fairly common no of views?
With each Hub author creating their own number of hubs on their own topics, there is no general average.
However, over time you will find your own hub average and that's a much better statistic to work with.
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