I don't consider being in an exclusive club for hub views at all. The information you provided in stats is shocking though. I have only been here two months and my hubs have seen 2300 and some change views in total. I am now in the process of updating some of the lower viewed hubs for better content, and deleted two hubs that were not doing much at all. My ultimate goal is not to get as many views as I can, but to work on my writing, and have people who will enjoy it.
yes Help articles always get a good response however to speed up the process of getting to the top you need to hot link. Also a new technique I have found works good is to hotlink to google for your chosen keywords. like this Disable Windows Automatic Restart After Update as you will see i am number one, also for most variations of the keywords including "auto restart" number 1 again. this really does seem to help. hot link to google
I feel like my hubs must suck. I have been here almost 2 months and have just over 1200 views for the entire time on all of them. But, I guess that is OK. I consider it like golf...competing against myself and the course.
Yeah it made me loads in that 3 weeks it sat at number 1 but now its died to about 30 a day. Deff if its about making money and hits the Hubpages Number 1 you are deff going to get the hits but unfortunately not ever month but hey tis money in the bank so yeah it's Friday so deff celebrate
Yeah I know I should, some of them are just weird little ones stories etc. that I never really expected to get any traffic, some are the ones I wrote when I first joined, and the others were just really really bad, lol.
I'll probably just forget about them, hope they get the occasional hit, and try and write better hubs in the future.
I know shorter hubs attract the most readers; it only makes sense. People don't want to spend all day reading hubs. My problem is that I am primarily a fiction writer and stories take a little more time to develop than articles. I guess I have plenty of hubs that are too long and it shows on the stats, but that's what I love and that's what you're going to get.
Fiction isn't generally characterized as nonsense. Not everyone writes to make the last nickel out of every word. Some people love to write. You are not required to read it but it doesn't make it nonsense.
Just two that consistently run over 1,000. After that, the count plunges to under 300. Both of the "biggies" are, yes, How To hubs AND come up on Google's first page. But no, they don't make me a lot of bucks. Got a click yesterday on one of them that paid seven cents, my total for the entire day.
It happened to me once. When Bruno landed on Eminem's face w/his bare backside flashing for the whole world to see i wrote a hub. it went up on msn (bing) and got 1k+ hits. i think if there's some big media event and u write a hub FAST and it gets indexed u'll surly see a huge surge of traffic....
I was just wondering what hubbers considered as "good traffic" to one of your hubs? Some of my hubs only get a handful of reads a week, while others get consistently 75-100 reads a day. After looking at my...
From an objective point of view; would you say a hub that is based around an evergreen topic that receives an average of 50 views per day is successful or at least semi-successful? I think the ideal would be 100-200,...