I think that largely depends upon the subject matter.
What I have found is there are subjects that don't seem to get old - like recipes for instance. Whereas, DVD reviews and topical stuff get old real quick.
I have hubs that are still getting hits after knocking about for ages, where others that have been up more for a lot less time, have already stopped getting reads.
Thank you Nick!! Your insight has been very helpful to me in HP
My most active hubs are over 16 months old and they are still going strong in terms of traffic and reads. One of my 16 month old hubs reached a personal best of 70 reads in one day, so It doesn't look like it will die out any time soon. All the best to you.
by JS Matthew 8 years ago
How come Lobsters can stay alive for so long out of water?They are bottom-dwellers of the ocean and I would think that the oxygen level and pressure would really be messed up. Why do they stay alive so long out of water?
by Lena Welch 7 years ago
Who reads my hubs when they aren't published?I know some of the hits are me, but I know I haven't viewed the page 48 times in one day, so where do the hits come from before a hub is published?
by Rachael C. 7 years ago
Do you ever get disappointed when you publish a Hub and no one reads it right away?Sometimes I do-- not out of arrogance or self-importance; I feel like a new Hub says, "Hey! I'm here!" and I get all excited that I've published something, and no one reads it right then. :'( Tragic.
by dbbeyerle 8 years ago
the led display reads that the blower motor is running too long. (the furnace burners light but do n
by Wade Hartley 9 years ago
Could you tell me weather or not I have any good hubs - just have a quick look and tell me which one are total cr*p and I'll delete those and start again - or something.
by Chuga 6 years ago
Hubs and RevenueHow do I know which hubs are gathering more revenue. I am relatively a new comer and I want to know which of my formats and subjects works better.How do I know which hubs receive the most clicks?
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