WhatÂ´s the average number of visitors per day that youÂ´re having these days in all your hubs?
IÂ´m having around 100 visitors per day...
I think someone asked this question last week Right now it's at 281.
Since HubPages provides pageviews (not visitors, which might be really different) that's the easiest for me to calculate for you.
Taking my 7day and 30day traffic figures and averaging those (which I think gives a better average than looking at 1day traffic numbers), right now I'm getting about 4750 pageviews per day.
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