I have just reached the milestone of 1,000 views today, the day before the 1 month mile marker. I was wondering from those of you who have been here longer how long it will take to reach the next 10,000 marker.
I've checked your hubs, and I must say, you're doing a great job! 10 featured hubs out of first 15 is amazing. In my humble opinion, it takes quality content which people are looking for. Your views and your hubs' success is bound to increase with time - since the page rank of your domain also improves with quality content. I think 10000 views for you would be an event which will come too soon
Congratulations, on your first milestones view of hitting the 1000 mark. Many more will now follow after this one. And sooner then you think...just keep writing & the views will keep coming in. (;
Well done Ben. To be honest I can't remember when I hit 10,000 views, but for the first year I didn't really pay attention to earnings, views or anything (just comments) so I guess it happened without my noticing sometime during that year.
I've been here for one here and still short of 7000 views to reach 10000 marker.
it takes engagement and hardwork
Congratulations. I have only been here for four months. I wrote one hub that to my surprise went viral and helped me hit the 10,000 mark in just a few months. Some other hubs of mine have gotten several thousand hits and I hope to hit the 25,000 mark in a few days. I think it is a combination of things - lots of followers on social networks (built up from other work online), unique content that is not well covered on the Internet, writing to target audiences, and a lot of quoted research among other things. Hang on to hope - keep publishing quality hubs and you never know what hub will hit the big time. I sure didn't!
Well done for reaching 1000 views, that is a great achievement!
I recently reached the 10,000 views mark a few days ago after 3 months here on HubPages. I wrote a hub about it, as well as how to increase your views for Google. It will also tell you what to expect in terms of earnings and statistics as a new writer. I hope it will answer many questions for you.
Congrats! It's a big step to a hopefully long life on HubPages.
I've broken 5000 views recently, and I thought I read somewhere on here that they had an accolade for 5000 views, but I guess I was wrong. So far every single one of my hubs has been featured, which totally amazes me because I know many people on here have had issues with their hubs not being featured. Anyways, congratulations to you on your first 1000, and I hope that both of us will reach our goal of 10,000 at some point!
I've been here for almost 4 months and received my 10,000 marker earlier this week. I also got Hub of The Day a couple weeks ago. I only have 20 hubs, but my traffic and earnings are rising daily. I am still learning a lot and continue to try out new ways of writing and presenting articles and recipes.The advise I would give is the following:
* Be different, but not too different. Think outside of the box with hubs that will answer a question, help someone with a problem, picture tutorials, recipes, etc. My hub on ways to use leftover rice gets a lot of traffic because it's different, yet it helps those wanting to reuse their leftover rice. Seems like something so simple, yet it is the way you present it.
* MFP Image- Made for Pinterest pictures are a must have. I get traffic from Pinterest daily because I have made my main hub picture a made for pinterest image. The hubber Wrylit has a great hub about MFP images, check it out when you get some time. I personally don't post any of my own images on pinterest, people who visit my hubs post them and send the traffic to my hubs.
* Evergreen topics- Evergreen topics will be your "bread n butter" at Hubpages. They are the topics that get consistent traffic all year, not for a season, holiday, etc. If you are trying to get to 10,000 views, focus on writing more evergreen topics.
Hope these little tips help and you reach your 10,000 mark soon. Have a wonderful day!
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I just checked to see when it was that I hit 100,000 views...it was 3 months ago. Today I hit 130,000! That means it took 2 years or so to hit 100,000 but only a fraction of that time to hit another 30,000! I am really shocked to see the numbers grow so fast all of a sudden, but I...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
HP just gave me the 100,000 views accolade. It took me about 13 months to earn it. How long will it take to reach 1 million?
by Cindy Lawson 6 years ago
Yippee, I just checked into My Account and realised that some time in the last 24 hours I hit 3,000,000 views. In fact I am now at over 3,002,000. Traffic is still slower than usual because of Pandas etc or it would have been a few weeks ago, but I got there in the end.
by Writer Fox 5 years ago
I just reached 100,000 views on 35 Hubs. (I only had 2 beginning in May of this year.) So, you can get great traffic from Google on HubPages! I'm happy about the traffic, but I wish the CPM were higher.
by Janis Leslie Evans 6 years ago
I calculated that if my page views continue at their current rate, I'll get my first payout in 2016!!! I better go get back to happy hubbing. Also, received my first Zzz tonight, a sleepy poem. Ho hum. Forgive my humorous cynicism but I do believe that as I produce more quality-optimized and search...
by Jean Bakula 2 years ago
I'm so psyched, it took so long. I think I'll take a screen shot and frame it!
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