I had something like 861 views today-- which is about 770 higher than my usual highest.
I think three were stumbled upon... why? I don't know.
My new Hubmob dinner one got over 300 views, for which I am really pleased. I don't know if I made any pennies -- I'm still at about a total of $60 for the past 9 months, and the largest amount came from selling rat traps and rodent repellent-- go figure. I guess it was from the "Mice in the Motor" hub. One never knows... (build a better mousetrap?-- it may be true.)
That's a good traffic Rochelle I like your "something like 861 view" though
Thats fantastic Rochelle! the numbers come from the strangest places, I agree
The views are great, but how many are clicking/reading your article? Thats what I learned about stumpleupon, I used google anyalics months ago and on most of the stumpled traffic they were there for a few seconds then moved away.
Yes, I know about that... and I don't expect it to make money, but it never happened before. It's sort of like the bubble exploding game. The satisfaction of getting a high score that doesn't really mean anything in a tangible sense. Just for fun.
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