I've decided my goal now will be to get the 1 million views accolade. I saw it on someone's profile and now I want it really badly!
What I noticed is that the number of hubs isn't really that crucial to getting all of those views. I already have more hubs than the hubber I saw with a million views. So I'm guessing it's about driving traffic?
Is it all about SEO and getting views that way, or do you think there are any hub secrets to this?
If you want a million views, you really need to go after traffic aggressively by creating lots of backlinks and being active in the forums so that people begin following you and reading your hubs.
by mochirajackson2 years ago
Hi all,I've been here a month now and have 20 hubs, but when I read some of the forum posts I am worried that my traffic is low. I have had around 680 views total for all of my 20 hubs which averages about 6 per day for...
by Amanda Littlejohn2 years ago
I've been here for almost two years now and have published 25 featured hubs. I calculated my average views per hub per day as 4. It is actually a bit better than that because the numbers involved the beginning period...
by arun kuruvilla2 years ago
just share your page views in last 24 hrs.my page views is now 120 in 1 day.is that a good score?
by Misha6 years ago
Yep, just noticed the 2,006,995 number under my account
by GreenTime6 years ago
Hi,I have noticed that my analytics if showing good traffic to my hubs, but my adsense is not showing any clicks to my hubs ever since I started. I do not understand how I can have a decent amount of traffic and...
by seanorjohn4 years ago
This hubber has 10 million views and just 15 hubs. He or she doesn't even bother explainining who /he she/ is on profile page. Writes about stuff like iphones. Are we all missing a trick. Do you think this person could...
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