That getting 2, 3, 4 views per hub per day is okay? In the sense that this will be enough to create some revenue??
No, that's probably not going to create much revenue unless each of those views are clicking on adds, which I doubt.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news and all but it takes a while to make money
takes time, patience, and a quantity of quality hubs.
I agree with Janetta. It takes quite a while to begin earning. It will also be beneficial for you to keep writing. The more hubs you have, the higher your chances of earning.
To everyone that is new, hang in there it will definitely come it takes a little time do not worry and do not fret.
Thanks guys, I am seeing about 80 clicks per day, now, over the last couple of weeks and I swear it's because I have written more hubs lately (for the challenge). These tips are great for me!
Yes, I should have indicated that this was the impression I got from another thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/19141#post299398.
I'm hanging on, and loving every minute of it.
I guess it depends on the amount of hubs you have -
If you have 2000 hubs and are getting 4 views per each a day then that's great...
If you have 4 hubs and are getting 4 views per each per day - that isn't.
by Jonas Renfold 7 years ago
Hi,I have been a member of Hubpages for a while. I have a bunch of hubs, published on various accounts, and since the Google slap, have noticed that my hub views, which weren't all that great before, have now dropped to almost nothing. On average, I seem to be getting about 1/2 a view a day per...
by freelanceauthor 8 years ago
Looking for fellow hubbers to share their best practices on how to get 100 views per day.I have several hubs that are consistently on Google's front page. Example:For keyword "Freelance Sites"http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-5-Freelance … r-ServicesDespite of this, it never achieved 50...
by CZCZCZ 6 years ago
What is your average page views per hub that you have written?Trying to learn about people that have lots of hubs posted if you just have a couple that do really well or most get a few page views or day or what?
by umar.shehzad 5 years ago
How many views a day your hub gets on average?How many views a good hub should get ? by good hub I mean a hub with a good hubscore . how many views do you get on average.
by Evan Hutchinson 8 years ago
Go to stats for your individual hubs and look for any that have 'frequently searched keywords that aren't in the title. Now ADD them to the title. I did this with the 10 or so hubs I could do it for and still I'm getting about 150 more views per day.
by Kain 360 17 months ago
From an objective point of view; would you say a hub that is based around an evergreen topic that receives an average of 50 views per day is successful or at least semi-successful? I think the ideal would be 100-200, but 50 is much better than 10 or none. I posted before about how I quit HubPages...
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