I have not really even followed what is going on here time to time and been writing very erratically. Now it seems that all the different revenues coming in might be worth a shot. Anyway I'm just curious about everybody, not just top writers, how many hits you got so far and do you have one hub taking most hits like I do? My very oldest hub now has almost 15000 hits and all my 31 hubs are closing into 30000. 11000 hits from google (if you count google around the world way more) 5200 from hubpages and search.yahoo and bing are almost identical at 2300. How are you guys doing in comparison?
I find HubPages very perplexing. Last night I read some Hub tutorials, which suggested ways of raising the hub score. I followed the suggestions and spent a couple of hours making the changes. As a result, the views since last night have risen quite sharply. However, my Hub score has fallen ten points overnight, from 85 to 75. I have as a result given up trying to understand this site.
Good call. Don't try to understand these scores - just ignore them.
I find that every time I publish my hubberscore (on the avatar) drops some, but then comes back in a few days. Editing can produce the same effect.
I've been here for nearly 4 years and I still don't understand the scoring system. However, one thing is for sure: it takes quality content over time to achieve a high Hubber score. Twelve days and seven Hubs will show nothing meaningful in terms of Hubber score. Give yourself 12 months, at least.
About Hub views, every time you access one of your Hubs, it's counted as a visit. When I modify my Hubs, the number of views does indeed go up considerably overnight...they are my views!
can you guide me. I'm new to hubpages and i need to know how to monetize my hubs.
Congratulations! I have no idea how to get those numbers here.
I have to say to people, please do not even hint about your best pages or traffic.
It WILL get stolen by copiers.
Keep it vague otherwise you are flagging up to those who would steal. They exist and they are on HP. Don't make it easy for them!
My very very very best page is my hub about the life and times of the humble house fly - oh darnit there I go - someone's going to steal my content on house flies now!
I'm gonna go google as I write this lol ok maybe not but I hope that fly made you few flybyes
Shhh don't tell anyone but it was a red-herring - interestingly enough looking at Adwords, there are over 135,000 searches for House Fly a month - maybe I should write that article after all!
red Herring has between 135000 and 165000 with barely any competition....hmmm!!!
I agree with this Mark.
Don't tell how much you make or traffic numbers.
ugh I should have guessed... Anyway I do not make enough to be worth of stealing but sad to hear the attitude is this way pretty much everywhere now. And yes my work has been stolen before quite a bit, someone was even selling my photo design as his own last year. Just sad
Well, I just had my 2 year anniversary and I'm presently over 453,000 views. With that, my slideshow views are presently just over 665,000 views, mostly due to my Celebrity Hubs.
I've no clue how it is in comparison to others. And, it really doesn't matter.
With that said- Congrats on reaching 30,000 when you get there.
I got there few hours ago so thanks! And wow you are reaching the 500,000 mark, I want to say congrats when you get that one!
wow Cags your stats are pretty impressive. I'm just brushing the 20,000 mark after 8 months but traffic from Google and other search engines has been increasing gradually as my hubs get noticed.
About 200 hits a week, and I just hit 25 hubs. A long way to go.
I'm curious, though. My old Greekgeek hubs, which got caught by a Hubpage filter so I deleted them, had over 10,000 visitors before I took them down.
My total visitors now says 1,948, but that's for visits on my current set of hubs, which I started building in June.
I wonder, will I have to get another 10,000 before I start moving the ticker forward again on the badges? Or if I get another 10,000, do I get the 20K badge (if there is one)? The badges don't really matter, but I can't help wondering if those 10K+ visitors I had before simply disappeared from the record when I deleted the hubs they'd visited.
I am getting close to 1 million views accolade. I have a hub that counts for like 120,000 of those views. It was published in very late 2010.
Currently at 220 hubs, but I deleted maybe 40?
Actually, I just hit 1 million! No accolade yet though.
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