How do you achieve 5000 page views per day?

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  1. janiek13 profile image78
    janiek13posted 12 years ago

    How do you achieve 5000 page views per day?

    I happened upon this info on a forum post, I am not following you, oh wait, yes I am.

  2. kirstenblog profile image69
    kirstenblogposted 12 years ago

    I do not know this but would love to.... Will be keeping an eye on this one for some good answers smile

  3. dabeaner profile image60
    dabeanerposted 12 years ago

    Write down how many page views (V) you are getting now.  Write down how many pages you have (P).

    You need to increase your page views (V) by a factor of 5000 / V

    So you need to increase your number of pages to  ( 5000 / V ) * P

    25 page views per day (V) now
    20 pages (P)

    "The factor" = 5000 / V = 5000 / 25 = 200
    So you need to increase your number of pages to 200 * P = 200 * 20 = 4000 pages required (in this example, given the initial assumptions).

    That is a rather daunting figure, isn't it?  But a straightforward extrapolation like I just did has some problems.  You could likely do it with many fewer pages, but not an insignificant number -- say 1,000 to 2,000 -- by linking schemes and getting links.

    Change the initial conditions to
    100 page views per day (V) now
    20 pages (P)
    factor = 5000/100 = 50
    so pages needed = 50 * 20 = "only" 1000 (or less)

    Bottom line -- how to achieve 5000 page views per day?  It depends.

    This naturally assumes the same quality new pages as the old ones.  Hopefully you will learn to write ones with better drawing keywords, in the future.  If so, that will require less pages.

    In any event it will take a lot of work.  That would take mere mortals (like me) way over a year to get that many pages on Hubs and other blogs.  Keep on trucking.

  4. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 12 years ago

    The first and most essential thing you need to do is be patient.  The reason for this is because it takes time to create a variety of quality hubs on topics that appeal to a significant amount of readers, learn how to optimize them and build or let backlinks be built to them.

    I get about 5000 pageviews per day on average presently and it took me about three years of building Hubs, seeing what worked really well and then applying what I learned to not only the new Hubs I was making but going back and improving my original ones.  I built slowly so that I could learn from what I was doing (study that Analytics data!) and not ever have to fix too many Hubs or fall into poor Hub-building practices.

  5. JYOTI KOTHARI profile image60
    JYOTI KOTHARIposted 12 years ago

    1. Write something interesting.
    2. Write relevant
    3. Write original
    4. market your hubs
    5. Build links, links and links

  6. ianbong profile image61
    ianbongposted 12 years ago

    Keywords, keywords, keywords.

    Research your keywords well, target less competition keywords and keep producing Hubs.

  7. Joe Boxer profile image61
    Joe Boxerposted 12 years ago

    1. I'll write a very interesting or intriguing blogs.
    2. Use social media to promote it.
    3. Call radio stations to mention my site in their program. 
    4. Write comments in other blogs.
    5. I'll have bumper stickers with the url of my website.
    6. URL printed in shirts.
    7. Press releases.
    8. Billboards
    9. Fliers
    10. Give away price/s for the lucky visitor of the site (like gift certificates).
    11. Of course, SEO

  8. G Miah profile image78
    G Miahposted 12 years ago

    Patience my dear Watson... IF you wait, you will see that  patience is a virtue.

  9. princendueso profile image56
    princenduesoposted 11 years ago

    well in my opinion 2 factors counts
    patience and commitment.

  10. Has_aWayWithWords profile image63
    Has_aWayWithWordsposted 11 years ago … -Your-Site   check out this hub about using blogs to drive traffic.

  11. rawliving profile image60
    rawlivingposted 11 years ago

    1. Each day research a keyword phrase in a niche (using google keyword tool for monthly searches and for competition). It is best to keep competition to under 300,000 pages when starting out so that you will rank in the top 3.

    2. Write 1 article and 5-10 blogs related to that keyword phrase

    3. Post one of the blogs to your site (making sure to name the page after the keyword phrase, the title of the page, tags and external and internal links too)

    4. Post the article to and backlink to your website and affiliate product (or hub etc)

    5. Create a Hubpage, Squidoo site, Blogger site and USFree Ad page (again posting one of the blogs to each - adding extra info such as videos, references to authority sites, - good to link out to other related sites too)

    6. Post helpful comments to forums, other relates blogs and authority sites (backlinking to your main sites (wordpress etc) and mini sites (hubpages, etc)

    7. Use a firefox tool called OnlyWire which will bookmark all your new blogs/articles etc to about 40 social bookmarking sites in one step.

    8. Make sure to ping your blogs/articles to let the search engines know you have posted new content.

    9. Create short powerpoint presentation and convert to video and post to video sharing sites (ie. youtube etc - again linking back to relevant sites.

    10. More article/blog writing to post to other article sites (out source this for time if necessary)

    11. Repeat this process for as many related keywords to this niche as possible to dominate it - eg. "treatment for diverticulitis", "foods to eat with diverticulitis", "foods to avoid with diverticulitis", etc

    11. Analyze using google analytics and seoquake (both free tools). SEO Quake is downloaded to your firefox toolbar and gives fantastic information on keyword density of your page, links coming in and out, page rank. You can use this for any site/page - including your competition!! See how the top search results for your keyword phrase have their pages optimized!

    There so much more you can do. I also keep spreadsheets of all my keyword phrases, links, articles etc to see what I have achieved and what I've done each day and what I should be doing next. Plan, prepare, take action (build momentum over a 90 day period) and analyze your results.

    Best wishes

  12. WritingBoutStuff profile image59
    WritingBoutStuffposted 11 years ago

    If you want to reach that level of impressions (I'm assuming you are referring to the collective impressions of all your hubs) then all you need to do is promote what you currently have and create more of what people are searching for.

    It's a simple answer but it takes a lot of hard work and persistence. It is very important that you right about what people are actually looking for online, though, as this is how you'll be able to tap into the traffic search engines have to offer. If you aren't writing about topics that people are interested in, then you're severely limiting the kind of exposure the search engines can bring you (and the search engines offer a ton of traffic).

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