10/5/2008 Published 1st Hub 11/11/2008 Hit 1,000 pageviews 4/3/2009 Hit 10,000 pageviews 6/6/2009 Hit 20,000 pageviews 7/6/2009 Hit 30,000 pageviews 7/28/2009 Hit 40,000 pageviews 8/16/2009 Hit 50,000 pageviews 9/6/2009 Hit 60,000 pageviews 9/22/2009 Hit 70,000 pageviews 10/3/2009 Hit 80,000 pageviews 10/13/2009 Hit 90,000 pageviews 10/21/2009 Hit 100,000 pageviews 10/29/2009 Hit 110,000 pageviews 11/9/2009 Hit 120,000 pageviews 11/22/2009 Hit 130,000 pageviews 12/6/2009 Hit 140,000 pageviews 1/3/2010 Hit 160,000 pageviews 1/23/2010 Hit 170,000 pageviews 2/9/2010 Hit 180,000 pageviews 2/25/2010 Hit 190,000 pageviews 3/12/2010 Hit 200,000 pageviews
Just wanted to show everyone the progression of hitting 200,000 pageviews. I remember a time when I thought 10,000 was a million miles away. It really does begin to snowball once you get going and continue to publish hubs. Before March is over I will have published over 300 hubs.
Oh come on.....you can't mean that! Challenge yourself. Tell yourself you're going to double your hubs by a certain time. Whatever seems reasonable to you, but yet is a little challenging so that you have to push a little to do it. You'll see amazing results.
As Nelle pointed out, I work full-time as a numbers cruncher for a large insurance company. I have a crew of 4 and we all create reports using large databases of information. So, numbers and stats are my game.
I keep records of my HP stats myself, noting when I hit every 10,000 pageviews. You may have noticed I missed catching when I hit 150,000 pageviews. It appears to have occured somewhere around Christmas. I have lots of other stats to go along with these. I'm just wired that way.
Obviously, results will vary based on the popularity of your hubs. You could have 10 hubs and have more pageviews than I do. The number of hubs you have doesn't automatically mean more pageviews, but it certainly increases your chances of hitting on something someone likes.
That's great KCC - I don't know how you found a way to count your stats like that either? EDIT: OK I've just seen your response.
I've just gone past 150,000, so hopefully I will be catching you up soon! There certainly is a snowball effect, and from my HP experience it takes about 4 months of regular publishing to start seeing it happen.
Thanks very much for posting your stats. I'm almost at 8000 views after 5 months and I wondered if at any time soon I might start to see a big rise. It has already risen. I hit my 1000 mark in December so that is is almost 7000 views in the 3 months since. I find it fascinating to watch. I'm not earning anything, but I expect that will come with traffic. Thanks for keeping us motivated!
Thanks relache! Wow,185,000 views in 30 days is mighty impressive! My top money earning hubs keep a steady pace, but what really pushed my views up were my seasonal (Halloween and fall) hubs. I've never quite replaced the traffic I lost after Nov 1. In other words, I haven' produced a hub that gets as much traffic as they were getting. Guess I still have this fall to look forward to.
In the last two days, Google.de (that's Google Germany for those who don't know what the 'de' is) has suddenly sent me over 10,000 views to a single Hub. And it's an older one that I thought just needed a little bit of sprucing up 'cuz it seemed tired.
Never under-estimate older Hubs or freshening them up if it's been a while...
That's great advice Relache! I made a run through some older hubs a while back and it generated a little flurry, but nothing like you experienced. Well done! Makes me want to go dusting off some old hubs.
Same here...lol I'm still about 2 days away from hitting the 100,000 mark. I hope it keeps snowballing after that. My day job has been keeping me busy lately and I've been slacking in my hub production as well as promoting my other online properties. I really need to learn proper time management.
I'd say I go back and revisit old stuff at least once or twice a year, but this isn't the sort of thing that usually happens. Only it does show me that the occasional "dusting off" is a good idea even if it is unpredictable.
Izzy I'm kinda where you are. I just crossed the 6 moth threshold even though it says 9 I didn't really start writing here until Sept so just over 6 months now and starting to see daily clicks on the adsense. All I can say is keep reading and writing.
I have no idea how many I really had because I deleted a fair portion of mine off and on, including some fairly good pol ones but felt they were old news. I'm sitting under about 100k now but most of what I have up is my unpoetry so I think that's not too bad.
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