Its a bit frustrating for me, and it does make me anxious in making new hubs.. Anyone with a great idea about this? Or do you have the same experiences as me, then we can discuss it..
Doing the math, I apparently get an average of 35.25 views per day, with 25735 total views over two years.
And that's my story.
I get about that much traffic as well, but I'm new so I expect it. I'm pretty sure this goes with the territory. Don't worry about it, just keep writing and increasing your online content and it should pick up. At least that's the way I think it goes.
Hello, my traffic is really "jumpy" sometimes i get 7 views a day and other days it is around 50-60 views. I am quite new so I do not expect fast results.
Remember that traffic grows exponentially with your amount of hubs. For example, Joween might be getting 1 visitor per hub per day. When Joween has 50 hubs, instead of getting 50 visits per day, he might get 90 visits per day. When you reach over 100 apparently this exponential factor really takes off - I've heard it from plenty of people.
The reason all this happens is because Google views your subdomain like a website. Everyone in the world has a couple of pages on their website, but the ones that have more pages (and more words) gain more weight as an "expert", even without sticking to a niche.
So keep writing, keep improving your style, track no. of hubs vs income each month and watch it rise over time (and exponentially) as you write more. This is how it works.
Keep writing, create pictures that draw in traffic from facebook and Pinterest, share on google+, share every where you can without being annoying, make sure your hubs use enough key words, and just keep at it! It look like you have been here several months and only have 6 hubs. I suggest writing more! We all start out with just a few views. It's work!
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