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Just out of interest where does one find how many views another hubber has had?
I was reading a little spat on one of the discussions in which people were quoting how many views other hubbers had.
It was entertaining but more importantly I realise that by reading the popular hubs, and checking the format, with a view to doing something similar (but to suit my personal style) would help my number of views.
You can get an idea of other hubbers total account views by date range using Google's ad planner. Going by my own stats it's fairly accurate, although it doesn't update in real time ie: it takes a a few weeks for the stats to catch up with any big traffic changes. It also only shows our 60% of views (adsense impressions), not total traffic to our subdomain.
There's also Alexa.com which shows what it thinks are the top 100 subdomains in terms of traffic, but that doesn't seem to be very accurate at all.
You can see a little accolade on the Profile page for number of views for all Hubs on a Hubber's subdomain.
Something I have learned in my years here is that the # of views is not indicative of the quality of writing.
Look at any #1 search result on google and you know what I mean.
I'm a follower of Patty Inglish and she has over 10 million views. Her hub formats are a great example to follow, in my opinion. She answers questions, she gives information and gives additional resources.
If a user chooses to share their accolades, you'll get an idea of the last benchmark for views that person achieved. If they don't share those details on their profile, you'll have no idea.
Thanks everyone. I guess I am none the wiser and none the worse off.
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