As a rough guide, what can be considered average page views for 10 hubs? I started three hubs 2 months ago, but in the last week I have posted seven hubs. With a rough estimate I could gage whther I am going in the right direction. Dare I admit to just over 200 pageviews, for the 10 hubs (Good or Bad?)
It is difficult, if not impossible to give a ballpark figure. Even a single hub can attract thousands of visits in a matter of few days. It all depends on factors like the topic of the hub, the number of searches for the topic (for SE traffic), how you promote it etc. If a hub is picked up by sites like StumbleUpon, you may get a flood of visitors within a very short time
Thanks SiddSingh. Not sure that any of my own hubs will attract 1000's of viewers, but I understand the possibilities.
For what its worth, the number you have is on par with what I have.
A lot of people have different formulas for what they think is good. All the advice I can give you is make your own formula so you have a goal to meet, if all your hubs meet the goal up the level of the goal to keep pushing yourself.
PS: On my scale 20 views for 2-3 months per hub isn't all that great.
I also would count this to be a bad return, although I am fairly new here. I also believe that page views include own views both when first making the hub and after, so at the very minimum 10 of those views are your own, and in my experience I generally edit a hub about 5 times before publishing. Still the seven hubs are still very new so there is time for it. Also it depends on luck, I have had over 50 views in the last day alone from some random German website which I had never heard of before. As such even small factors, like a single link to one of your hubs from a popular site can vastly change the number of views.
Thanks for the input - It is only since I concentrated on Hubpages in the last week that I have seen a rise in pageviews. Since posting seven hubs in about 7-10 days have I achieved over 200 views.
Hello J,i am encountering thesame problem like you.And working tirelessly to see if it can change.I still need help to turn my table around for better,how i wish i could pull traffic right now.Keep researching,u will make it,we will make it.
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