I have read that 200 hubs will start to being in a reasonable amount of views and earnings. I just wondered how many daily views that equates to approximately? 2000?
I find that earnings are more closely tied to number of visitors than number of hubs, and unfortunately, lots of hubs are no guarantee that you'll get lots of traffic.
If you're really trying to earn income online, you have to learn what kinds of things you write about that people tend to search for. That means trial and error, seeing which pages get traffic and which don't, and writing more hubs like the ones that worked for you.
Prior to Hubpages' recent traffic hit, I was getting about 500 visitors a day with about 100 hubs, but some hubs were getting lots of visitors, whereas others got none. Those ~500 visits a day were earning me about $2 a day, which was a goal I'd set, since Hubpages only pays you once your hubs have earned at least $50. (I like making payout threshold every month.) On September 27, Hubpages took a sitewide hit to its traffic, and my own traffic dropped to 300-400 a day. My earnings took a proportional hit, so I'm going to be reaching payout threshold only every other month until traffic recovers.
In fact, even the same number of visitors can generate a different amount of income, because some visitors are more liable to click on ads than others.
Consider these two pages:
-- A page of pictures of cute dogs and cats. The page might get lots of visitors, but those visitors just taking a brain break, not clicking ads or buying things.
-- A funny personal review of a great B&B in London for under $100 a night. Chances are, the ads that appear on that page will be for cheap London hotel listings and/or London hotel reviews, because advertisers try to match their ads to page content. Chances are also good that anyone searching for a page about a London B&B might be looking to book a room. Wirh the ads right there, you'll probably get some ad clicks and earn money from them!
The second example page might get fewer visitors than the "cute pictures of cats and dogs" page, but it gets what is called "targeted traffic" -- visitors that are more likely to click ads or buy products.
200 Hubs does not equate to anything.
You could write 200 Hubs on non-searched topics, and get 2 views a day. On the other hand, you could write 10 Hubs on highly searched topics, and get 500 views a day.
Look at me. I have 150 Hubs and over 1.6 million views (over 5 years). I know another Hubber with nearly 500 Hubs who's been here 3 years. You might deduce that his views would be around 3 million - but in fact, they're closer to 300,000.
Concentrate on quality not quantity.
It depends partly on the hubber. You already have 44 hubs so if you assume your future hubs are of similar quality to your existing ones, you can do the math.
It also depends on your definition of reasonable amount of traffic. I know some hubbers that received their first payout with only maybe 30 hubs in just a matter of months. It's because those hubs were high $ content and well written and well searched.
I know other hubbers who get the same amount of traffic but have 100's of hubs. I think there are too many variables to have a generic formula that x # of hubs = X # of views = X # of $'s.
Hmm I was getting 6-700 views a day from 40 or so hubs before google update. It's now down to 500 or so. Reasonable income is $15-20 a day IMO, if I was getting that I'd be feeling it, but that isn't close at the moment.
Yeah you're right. I was just curious really about what constitutes decent/reasonable views per day. I know there are too many variables to really say how many articles need to be written and that views per day doesnt equate to clicks either.
For my Hubs, 300 visits/day is worth about a dollar a day, or a bit more. I have currently 100 Hubs, of which about half are fiction, and get almost no traffic, so no earnings. Of the other half, most get one or two visits/day. Nearly half my traffic is from one Hub, and three or four other Hubs bring in most of the other half. Earnings depend on the Hubs and the traffic they generate, not on the number of Hubs.
Find a niche that brings in decent traffic and concentrate on that niche for a while. See how that works.
80% of your views are going to come from about 20% of your Hubs. That's Pareto's Principle and it holds true across most human efforts.
by Christy Kirwan12 months ago
Many people have asked how the new sites are performing so far. The latest Newsletter provides a general overview, but I'd also like to invite Hubbers who have had Hubs moved to discuss your experiences here. Overall,...
by Dale Hyde5 years ago
I am experiencing an overall average off 66 percent less page views per day, for seven days versus a week previous and for the past two months. Such a huge drop in page views makes me think that Google has tuned...
by Disillusioned2 years ago
I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6!...
by arun kuruvilla3 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 Lisa Vollrath3 years ago
Since I migrated here from Squidoo two months ago, I've seen a steady stream of threads in this forum, complaining about lost page views. There are a lot of theories about why it's happening, and how much it's...
by Howard S.5 years ago
Is anyone else seeing a strange spike today? I've been getting less than 10 page views per day lately, but it's over 500 today and still rising. The source is undetectable using Analytics, Webmaster Tools, or HubPages...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.