I know that there are only 1925 hubs attracting >1000 visitors per month but would like to know how many get > 5000, 15000 and 35000, respectively.
I wonder how do you *know* this? Do you work for HP?
Does HP provide such details for us? May be Ryan?
Misha, I published a hub few months ago about hubs, hubbers and hubpages. I provided this statistics in this hub. Statistics was provided by paul in the forum.
where did you get your figures from?
I think I have 3 that get 1,000+ a month right now (with no promotion I think someone bookmarked them)
Either you're pulling that number out of thin air, or I've created almost 1% of the top trafficked hubs on the site.
I'm going to stick with you pulling that figure out of thin air.
35000 uniques per month to a single hub? Not me LOL
I get about 50K uniques per month total and I have a bunch of hubs that get between 1K and 5K and sometimes there's a traffic blip on one or two that might get me up to nearly 10K per month on a specific hub --- usually seasonal stuff like my Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe hub.
Currently I have only 3 hubs with traffic over 1k/month. Well, one of them makes over 4k/month. But 35k... that would be cool, sure
I have one hub that gets around 10000 hits a month but I think that there are some hubbers with hubs that get over 50000.....jimmy
I would love to see the data that this thread is discussing. It would be interesting to see how your own hubs measure up.
I couldn't figure out where, but I probably posted that 1925 statistic some time ago. The current numbers are as follows:
Hubs with 1,000+ hub views in the last month: 2,751
Hubs with 100+ hub views in the last month: 18,238
Hubs with 10+ hub views in the last month: 80,186
We look at these numbers from time to time to see how traffic is distributed across the 200,000+ published hubs. As you can see about 10% are getting a reasonable amount of traffic, and more than half are at least getting some traffic (although 10 views a month isn't much).
I have 4 over 1,000 in the last 30 days and 2 really close but that's I think down from the past. I haven't hubbed at the same pace this last coupla months. I used ta have a dozen or so a month over 1,000 I think. My hubworld runs on autopilot as every catches up to all the old stuff I wrote. I wonder if others have scaled back? I guess my output was beyond the norm to begin with....
Once the rest of the universe discovers my genius, my hubs will finally get the traffic they deserve. Until then, mine all lurk in the gutters of obscurity. Frankly, I think HubPages would do well to promote and SEO my hubs as a commerical venture so that they (HP) can, in the eyes of history, have a piece of my legacy. Etc.
Hmm. I looked at my hits in 30 days stat, I have 5 hubs that have over 1000 hits in the last 30 days, of which 2 are over 2500, but that's it.
I have 1 Hub with over 25,000 hits under the "ever" stat. That Hub has been up almost 2 years I think. That would be wild to hit 35,000 in only a month.
Thanks for the stat facts, Paul.
One of my hub is getting more than 35K visitors/month. This hub discusses the issues related to problems of teaching community in India.
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