I am interested to know, wether the veiws, per page make alot of difference to the outcome, in reward from your affiliates.
As I have noticed many of the really Brilliant Hubs have ads, on that either do not directly relate to the subject, being discussed and or are just uninspiring. I realise that the ad crawler, is responsible, and not a Human, that would be able to be more rational. But am interested in seeing if the page views in volume counteract this.
I had three hundred in one day of the Liberal Hub I have. no clicks on anything.
Oddly, My hubs re debtor's rights is responsible for most of my clicks even though it generates little traffic.
Here's a similar thread about daily traffic:
Thanks Whitney, but that is presumably all the Hubs, and I have read the forum, its sort of isn't quite the same. I specifically, want to know the most views any single Hubsters, has had and on which Hub, in any given single day. ie their personal best.
I got my most hits on a reply to a question about a skinny girls bum. Now the adsense for that hub would be rubbish so really the traffic is only good if the ads are there. You need a good paying topic with good traffic.
Mines has only been 13 since I am just starting off with Hubpages. It takes sometime for me to get use to.
Naughty in the bedroom recieved 330 in one day, while Beauties Only Skin Deep averaged 1641 in one day. I remember that is google had been crawling all over the keywords and the numbers kept changing. That was a very good day and haven't seen that sense.
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WHAT IS difference bet hub traffic view and hub view?
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