One of my blogs has finally sent enough traffic to my hubs to register on my traffic sources.
Can't wait to see if any of the others will eventually register. No time to check each hub. I'm just happy to see the links are doing something, or at least they are sending traffic this way, even if it's not as much as google or the search engines...
I can only do so much when the last page rank update lowered all my blog page ranks. :-(
But anyway... Yey blogs ha
Bloody hell! 591 Hubs, thats amazing!
You wouldnt mind telling us what kind of views you get on a daily basis would you?
According to HubPages, my traffic for the past 24 hours was 9600, which isn't that great considering the number of hubs, but I don't do any extra linking or marketing except my blogs. That traffic is sole search engine for the most part, anyway.
Very cool. That would be nice. I try to blog each of my hubs, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way.
Thanks for that, its always great to get an insight on what type of traffic different hubbers get, now if only we could get you to reveal your earnings on a typical day
congratulations. I just learned I made some money from amazon. I was beginning to doubt them but now I am convinced. Good job and I hope you have continued success.
That is great. I been toying with starting a blog and now I think I will. Very good insight and glad you shared, congrats!
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