The traffic to my articles is not always the same, it changes often, so I always have another title at the top of my hub list. Today, it's ''A lie or imagination: the psychology of raising children''.
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Many hubbers will not reveal this, because they want to save the subject for themselves, or because they do not want more competition on 'their' subject.
I will tell you this about mine: I have about 115,000 total views on my 112 hubs. One of them accounts for 47,000 of those views, a little over 40% of my total.
It is not my best written hub (in my opinion). It is not my best earning hub (though it has earned some). It is not even my most commented on hub.
My most successful hub to date was about how confidence is important when you are trying to rebuild a failed relationship.
by And Drewson 9 months ago
Do you have a story you could share of a particularly successful Hub you made that you would share?It could be motivational for those that may be feeling in the dumps, so to speak. *Don't share links, just the story behind it.
by David 470 7 years ago
I made a video game hub that I published in early December 2010. This hub went viral (to an extent). It started to receive 1000 views a day. The views would change a bit between 650-1000, but 1000 was the peak. Even once the Google Panda came in Feb., it still got 100+ views. Today, it is receiving...
by mooboomoo 6 years ago
I have been writing about chickens, food, Christmas and running but my most successful hub has been about a video of a woman putting a cat in a bin. So my question is what kind of hubs get the most traffic, is it current affairs/news and should I concentrate on that?
by Jason Ponic 4 years ago
What is your most successful hub?
by Brie Hoffman 4 years ago
I'm just curious.
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
Are comments a reliable indicator of success of a hub?Do comments received represent how successful a hub is? Is it a good and reliable indicator of a successful hub? When is it a good indicator? I just think that there might be a relationship between the comments and success (as measured by level...
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