Hi everyone, I was just wondering, I've not been on Hubpages long, maybe a couple months or so and I've got 4 articles. The first one however was just a short article on my introduction to the Hub community so I don't really count it has a proper article so to speak. But besides that, I've got what I think are 3 great and very detailed hubs.
So my quick query is, how many views is normal or rather, average for 3 good hubs, I have 250 views in total (around 230 are from my good articles). Is this good? Bad? Average?
Any insight would be much appreciated!
Considering that you just started, and it takes a while to build traffic and followers, I would say that you are doing pretty well. It does take time to get those views, but you are getting some, which is good. Welcome to Hubpages!
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