I am just trying to get a read
and if you want you can break it down between inside hp and from google,etc
About 180-220 I would say is a normal day for me.... I had an awful day yesterday though... Most I have had in a day is about 400, but that has proven to be a bit of a freak day!
How about yourself?
Yea that's about what i have. 180 for today..And that's for 2 hubs. Although Not many clicks at all..
Mine actually shows as 266 today.... so im not so sure now. I work on adsense impressions, today I have 155 adsense impressions.... yesterday I had 88 adsense impressions (thats how I know that yesterday was an awful day for traffic!)
I would say a normal day for adsense impressions is 130-150, I dont really know what they equates to in hubpages traffic stats. I prefer the way that adsense gives you a stat for an exact calender day, whilst hubpages just tells you the stat for the last 24 hour period.
Well, I am getting about 100 a day, is that good or bad? I know I have a lot more to learn
Well if I am getting about 4 a day per hub and you are getting about 3 a day per hub then it cant be too bad?
I have put a fair bit of effort into my keywords, which maybe accounts for the extra 25% that I get.... but I have a lot to learn about SEO myself, so I bet I could get that up to 5 views per hub per day.... I will get there!
I am soooo new and haven't put up enough hubs yet to really get the ball rolling
but, I think that 150 would be great -- or 3 to 4 per hub.
although I love seeing hub views, I am hoping the google, yahoo, and bing numbers go up
I do have a desire to make some money here and getting non-hubbers to find your articles through search engines is gonna make that happen
It has slowly crept up over time. Now around 250 per day. Best day was 1300.
I am currently getting between 700-800 per day, but 150 or so of those are all one hub.
I get about 250 per day. And I have very few hubs that get no views. Spread out over 24 hubs, I guess I average 10 views/day/hub.
Pittance. I'd love 250 views per day, I maybe get 10 - 15.
I'm new, I need to wait my turn
Yeah, I can make everyone feel good too with my 50 or so views per day. I am excited, though, that my google traffic is equal with my hubpages traffic now.
thanks for all the great input!!!
I now have some targets to look for
I have a program that will look for you page rank based on keywords and I am not even in the top 1000 so much much more time needed for me. I know this but I also like to see how others are doing to get a future picture
just from some of the info I have put together here -- 30 to 50 hubs is sort of the initial sweet spot as well about 4 to 6 months allowing google to get you indexed, etc
so clearly I need to give it some time and get to typing
Very helpful and inspiring answers... I am getting around 2 views per hub per day, nice to know that this is...acceptable. I should work on producing more hubs, then perhaps the earnings will come. Cheers, all!
I got 250+ the last few days, but thats because I had 2 hubs on the front page that each got like 100 views lol.
I wonder how many impressions these people with 500+ hubs get
one thing I've found is if I target low competition keywords I can get my hubs ranked on google page 1 easily...so I am doing that to help out with search engine traffic.
I get around 100 views per day for about 28 hubs but the per-hub views are not consistent. Some have more than 20, others have 0 . I notice though that even those with 0 views are rising in terms of hub score (wonder why that happens).
as a starter am getting a traffic of 140 per day for my starter hubs...
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