This isn't the first time this has happened, but it feels amazing each time! I noticed a large uptick in traffic to my hub, "A Guide to the Different Types of Clouds (With Pictures)" so I used Google Analytics to check it out and it appears that traffic is coming from a school district in North Carolina. In addition, traffic is also coming from Google Classroom. Such an amazing feeling!
Awesome! As a fellow chemist that's great to hear (admittedly your Hubs delve into science more than mine).
Bit of a tangent, but I wonder if any of us ever tried to publish a book (and some of us have), would they be able to show their Hubs as proof of their audience's interest?
I had a similar experience with my "Boyle's Law" hub. It's funny, because I get a huge surge of traffic at certain times every quarter - and it's always from somewhere in the Philippines, haha.
It's great when they link to it, but less fab when they republish it without permission. It took me years to have my work removed from some teacher's blog. She'd published it, left the school and also left my article in situ.
That's awesome!!! Always rewarding when things like that happen!
I get kids saying nice things on my owlcation pages. Which is gratifying. Teachers comment too sometimes.
by mega1 8 years ago
This has probably been addressed elsewhere but I haven't found the answer yet. Is it ok to post a link to your own hub in the comments section to someone else's hub on the same or similar subject? I just found such a post in a comment on one of my hubs and don't know whether its a good...
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Why would a hub which gets single digit page views per day suddenly jump to an extreme high?I have a hub that has been getting single digit page views per day for two and a half years. Today it has 229. Has anyone had this experience before? Any insight into what might be going...
by Andrew Smith 3 years ago
I just shared the crap out of a Hub I wrote that I think is pretty good (the one on longevity called "The First Person to Live to Be 200 Years Old is Alive Today"), and it seems to be a home run. In just 2 days, I've gotten 1,623 (about a third of my total views EVER). I'm not...
by WorkAtHomeMums 6 years ago
I was under the impression that the summary that we write for each hub, using keywords etc is the summary used by google when displaying search results. At least it used to be. Now, for all of my hubs, the first couple of lines in each hub is used as the summary. In most cases...
by Audrey Hunt 3 weeks ago
I'm happy to announce that I've reached 3 million + views. Thanks to all who have supported me over the last 8 years.
by SweetiePie 9 years ago
I am excited because my paper snowflake hub is now getting over 200 views per day with the holiday season. I really have fun making these holiday hubs, this is one of the most fun times of the year I have had on HubPages.
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