Hello Fellow Hubbers.I would like to know your Highest page views in one day.Mine is less than a thousand.Did anyone reach 10k views in one day and is it possible ?
A lady had a hub go viral on Facebook where in a short amount of time she got over a million views on that one hub. So anything is possible here.
Several people here get that many views. You need to write more hubs to get that many. With the number you have, you are doing well.
Hi Barbara Kay,
do you happen to recall which hub it was? I am curious about what it was about.
It had to do with no bake cheesecake. What happened was that the someone posted an article about this topic on FB, and the HP author's hub became somehow attached to it. Both went viral, and there was one very happy lady here at HP! This happens rarely, but when it does...oh boy!
I've had that happen to me once, but in my case, it was through Bing. It was crazy, but good while it lasted, which was all of 24 hours.
There have been numerous Hubs to achieve this over the years. But it really takes a unique and excellently-crafted Hub to do so.
Earlier this week, I had 100+ views for two days but now my views have fallen back to the usual less than 50 per day.
The hub Barbra mentioned is discussed here: (http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/12/viral- … u-to-know/).
Mine is less than a hundred. It goes to a hundred once in a while.
Once i got 59 daily page views, but now my average is about 8-20 daily page views
I got up to 600 total views in a day for a brief time. Now it's around 400 per day from 48 hubs.
I got up over 700 for a few days last week, but my average would be around 550 per day on the weekends, 500 on weekdays with 30 published hubs.
I'd sure like 1 million for a day!
I got mostly over 130 up to 200 a day nowadays. It used to be more with my 97 all featured hubs.
I had what I consider now a mediocre hub that got 7000 views in one day followed by a week of 3000 a day. I deleted that hub after about 3 months or so because after that week, the views were slim, then HP started the whole featured thing and it got unfeatured. The views came from a share on reddit. It was nice while it lasted.
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