The name of it is "So Just Who Is Harrison J. Bounel" with 14,322 hits and counting. Quite intriguing and relevant today as it was then.
Brie, I've read in forums that hubbers are wary of revealing their most successful hubs because of thieves and copiers. I will only say my most successful hub is old and evergreen. I had no idea it would end up getting as many views as it has. Now I understand why. If you write hubs on topics that address people's needs or that they find useful, or answer a particularly pressing question, the views will increase exponentially over time.
My highest is for a hub titled "Should women be police officers?"
I agree. It is better not to share that. About 2 years ago, I shared the niche that earns me the most money and within a month someone right here on Hubpages wrote about 20 hubs in that niche using many of my topics.
Someone here did the same to me, although only with one hub. The joke was that I deleted the hub because it was not earning! So, you see, there IS a God!
Maybe I should put down that my best performing hub is "Taoism and the Dog on the Beach". If I am lucky someone will copy it.
I didn't even think of that but I guess you guys are right..too bad I wanted to read them.
I'm always surprised. The number one hub was created about 1 month ago. It got over 100k views in the last 24 hrs - mostly search traffic. It covers a newly released product in detail.
That's so crazy. It has to somehow be celebrity based, my guess. I read about a certain celebrity mobile video game going absolutely viral.
My hub with the most views happens to be a very popular search term, which I wasn't aware of when I wrote the hub.
My most successful hub was, and still is, my review of my underground house. It was an unfavorable review of what can go wrong, and people have flocked to it because society has been programmed by advertising hype to think that underground houses are everything that is holy about housing. I don't worry about it being copied because it's already happened. It was copied in its entirety, by that I mean personal photos and all, on some website that professionally steals and reposts other people's work without attribution.
It is one of my oldest hubs, and like the Energizer bunny, it is still going strong.
I read that article, it was very good. What is the website that copies articles? I want to check and make sure none of mine are on it.
Brie, it's been so long ago that I've forgotten. Since it was all theft of copyrighted materials from other people, it may have been taken down by now. I googled and can't find it, so I assume it has been removed.
I did come up with up with this in my search. It is a pdf
http://www.scribd.com/doc/220458009/we- … ound-house
And I don't know what the heck this is. It is a hideous jumble with a working link to my actual hub inside the pdf, but my text seems to be scrambled and out of order. This interests me enough to do some more checking.
My hub with most views is a technology article about fixing something. Users want knowledge, and we need to keep writing articles to help them.
My highest-viewed Hub, for some reason, is my review of Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger, the extremely mediocre 2nd season of the awesome Hajime no Ippo franchise.
Not only is it not that popular of a franchise, it also has nearly triple the views of my second-most-viewed Hub, my review of Monster.
Does not compute.
My highest viewed hub would be "what to expect when you're getting dentures"
My highest viewed hub started off as a trial and error niche, and it is evergreen. It has been copied all over the internet and I spend a lot of time filing DMCA complaints. But, this hub does earn me money at the end of each day, my effort is not wasted.
My Highest viewed hub is on a topic that I had no idea when I wrote would interest so many people. I guess I stumbled upon an evergreen topic. Published it first in 2009 and it still draws in a chunk of my views. In total it got about 500k views in the past 4 years
My best performing hub is a simple Excel tutorial. It shows how, using conditional formatting, you can make a cell appear red when the value therein falls below zero - quite a useful function really.
It hasn't reached the astronomical heights of some of the hubs mentioned above, but I'm pleased with it.
by David 470 7 years ago
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by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
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by Jason Ponic 5 years ago
What is your most successful hub?
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
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by Sarah Spradlin 10 months ago
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