What is the total views your hubs have received since you joined HubPages?
I just started and I posted a hub last night at 1 am about dating and so far it has 30 page views (If I'm reading the reports correctly) My poems have less..but I made .08 in one day (my first day) and was told that was pretty good.
From what I can tell so far, unless you're doing all the google stuff, just HP views will have much to do with followers, posting in forums, etc.
So far... anywhere from 10-30 per day.
To myself, I anguish over the slightly more than 1000 page views my hubs have received so far.
To my family, friends, and adoring fans: 10,000,000 views, naturally.
Not enough, as I have not put so much effort here. Got busy with job and so on. I am planning on changing that.
Hi Everyone, Joined 8 days ago with 388 hub views, average is 48.5 combined views per day. Yippie. Notice more traffic on my site also.
22,235- since I joined 15 months ago- not counting deleted hubs of course.
I am new, so not many, but I do hope that changes soon.
Joined 5 months with a total of 7,253 as of this posting. Can't wait to hit the 10 grand mark. Maybe in another couple of weeks.
Here's some numbers from me.
7 months, 140 hubs.
HP views 14,000 - lot of self publicity involved. Includes my own visits as well of course, and the comment merry go round.
Google.com views - the important one - 1500.
Income, roughly - 50 dollars. Most of which was pre Panda plus one lucky Hub, now defunct.
My keyword research, back linking efforts, information and / or product skills are still pretty much where they were when I started. ie. Rubbish.
I'm not proud of this. Just sharing for possible interest. Might make someone feel better.
One other thing. Author score, accolades - meaningless as far as income is concerned.
I take it back. It depends a lot on subject and headline.
Comedy stuff seems to get people's attention.
Got 50+ on one yesterday with zero promotion, lousy hubscore, etc.
I joined 3 months ago, just in time to watch Google wreak 'Panda'monium on HP.
Apart from two (a poem, and a personal tribute to my father) I'm writing according to HP's recommendations on topic choice, informative and original content, quality, (I do my best) and length, plus my own writing standards; entertaining / engaging.
3 months in, my stats are pathetic, my income less than that. 17 hubs, 4170 page views, (HP 2569, Google/misc 1601), 0 money - (OK. about $4)
On the upside, I have met some nice people, and read some great work. (But you can also do that at the Job Centre....)
Like Mark says above - not proud of this.... just sharing, I'm sure others must have done better, be nice to hear from them.
Most of what I have written are of more interest to other hubbers and many are written specifically to them so I am not upset by the almost 1000 hits I have had from them. I stopped trying to write to get paid a long time ago. I make more money with other interests than I do from writing and probably always will.
Actually lately ad copy has been my main writing concern. I even posted one as a comment for another hubbers hub. It had nothing to do with any business I am involved with so shouldn't be blacklisted for it.
My hubs have had search engine hits and hits from emails I send out when I publish a new hub. StumbleUpon and facebook are responsible for a few too. The worst for me is my most read hub actually shies people away from hitting the adverting links as what I talk about is better taken care of by someone locally and I actually say that in the article. I also started here very shortly before panda changed things. I actually like being part of this community which is why I am still here.
Hey everyone, I noticed that most everyone who posted here is a relative newbie, one of the things I was told by longer term hubbers is that like a good wine hubs have to age before they get a lot of hits from search engines. I personally have used this time to revise, add pictures, and do whatever else I believe will help search engines and other hubbers find them. My advice to you is add videos if you can find any that will help. About 50 percent of searchers now are actually searching for video information. Videos also increase the chances of being found by search engines. Like I said I don't write with money being my main concern but do like my work being found and read.
Not enough! But then again I am still new. Some days my hubs don't get viewed at all.
Five months, close to 16,000 views...almost $40 bucks...sigh.
Considering it will probably be another eight months or so before I reach pay-out, I hope you're not in a hurry for that money, WOL!
Nah, that's cool, DIY. Just gonna be a long time between drinks... if I earn anything sooner myself, I'll let you know.. :-)
2 weeks of hubbing, 22 hubs, 626 views, made a buck so far, ha ha!
I mostly write about ways to get motivated because motivation is something that is needed constantly. I do it more for the fun of it. If you're writing just for cash you will most likely be disappointed!
Some of us here would kill for $40.
Being poor-ish sucks. I have 2,231 views with about 14 views weekly per hub. Though one of them has been managing about 20-40 views daily.
I suck at promoting, obviously Hate promoting with a passion.
I'm working on my second million, but 1) that first million isn't evenly distributed among all my Hubs by any means; and 2) Based on the views I'm seeing now, I'm not seeing reaching that two million - ever. honestly.
THEY SAY >>>> the most important thing for getting a lot of traffic is getting your hubs on first page of Google -SEO (or search engine optimization) which is so true becuz my highest traffic hubs just happened to get there and have keywords that people search for so - that's the way.
However, the hardest thing I think is to come up with the winning combos to get there - my best hubs happened because I was writing about something I really wanted to research and learn about for myself and evidently lots of people are interested- and then I put a little twist on so they seemed unique to Google and months later they still get a good ranking. None of this is in the thousands of hits per day like the very best hubbers get - and I am very close now to my first payout - after almost 2 years! so you see I am not really trying very hard, mainly I am just entertaining myself with all this and making cyber friends. Maybe someday . . .
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