How many hub views do you get in one day?
I currently get around a 100 views a day with 30 hubs. Is that OK?
I have 16 hubs (one just published). I get about 50 views a day with just over half being from search engines, and the rest from hubpages. I've been here for 5 weeks.
I get 10k+ pageviews per day.
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Normally 100 views per day with 30 hubs would be ok. But I checked your profile and you've been here 14 months, so you should be getting more than 100 views per day. I've been with Hubpages two months now and have 49 hubs and today my views are 377 and I don't really know what I'm doing yet. I think you need to update your hubs and write more. I hope this helps. Good luck!
You're getting more than me. Mine main topic is a subject of limited appeal and that must be a big factor. At least I know that those who read my hubs are then potentially interested in what I'm offering. That's more important than sheer volume to me
About 500 page views each day.I hope to get more than 2000
in the future ,but it is not an easy task :-)
It's around 50 views a day for me with 10 hubs. I've got to do more writing here in Hubpages :-)
i Think that is good- it just depends what you write on- for every commercial hub i write there are three or four interest hubs which have much lower viewing rates
I have been on Hubpages for about 12 hrs. I wrote one hub, and am still learning about it. I have 4 views I would think 100 views and 30 hubs is great.
whenever i write a new hub, i get approx 250 - 300 views in a day for the new hub. otherwise, i get 50-60 views a day for old ones.
i have published 8 hubs and have 4400 views currently in 3 months
I have been doing Hubpages for about 25 days and I'm averaging about 250 views per day on 22 hubs so far. My goal is to have 30 quality hubs within my first 30 days and then 10-15 per month.
About 100 a day from, what, eight hubs? I picked a few fairly lucrative, current video game topics to start out, so I've done fairly well.
Second Day of HubPages. 307 Total Page Views, 217 today! 10 Hubs published so far, working on 2 more after I get back from the bar.
For 30 hubs, that is about average I guess. At least its better than mine. But the more important statistics is how many of them are from outside hubpages
I average about 8. But I hope it will increase as I intend to write more targeted blogs.
been here 4 days and my average is 20-30 views per day
It depends on how new the hub is really.
I've got 8 hubs now and about 600 views in total. When I publish something new the views gets up to about 50 a day.
Does anyone know why you get views on a hub before it's been published? I've got 19 views for a hub that I'm developing - any ideas?
Fluctuating between 75-100 organic (Mostly from search engines).
Your views per day looks to be less since you are here for more than 1 year. Recently I am getting around 75 views per day from 53 hubs.
I started writing with HubPages 10 days ago and, as of writing this answer, have received 266 views from 14 hubs, averaging 26.6 views a day.
In terms of traffic sources, 220 views have come from HubPages, 16 views from Google, and the remaining views are from unknown sources.
Cheers to all of us earning more traffic! With time and hard work, we'll get there.
I'm new to Hubpages and only have a few hubs so far, and am under 10 views per day. I guess I need to step it up a notch.
Since I'm quite new here, I currently get about 70 views daily. I hope to get 1000+ daily just like some good Hubbers.
Well I am new around, but 100 view is a goal for me. Maybe it is time for Search Engine Optimization...
It varies greatly. Depends on the newness of the hub and how it is linked. I have around 4600 hits on 7 hubs with the first having been up for about 6 weeks. So, 49 days, 4600 views comes to close to 100 a day. Just under.
I'd say that that is really good, outstanding even, for that number. Myself, I try to publish every single day, and sometimes more than once or twice even; and I know that that, of course, increases mine by quite a bit.
Literally, I could take a three month break from writing and publishing, and spend the same amount of time promoting; but I'd rather write and hope that someone likes my stuff, and backlinks it somewhere for me.
I get 5.5 views per day on my 1 unpublished hub that gets its traffic from 100 percent referrals. My total views as of January 16, 2010 is 1061. I am well pleased with my 1 unpublished hub results. All that I have done was to write it and let it be found by 100 percent referrals which is basically by word of mouth. No complaints are coming from me because I am a total success with my 1 unpublished hub. Thank you.
I think 100views per day is already good, since i just get more fewer than that..
but i think for sure, if you write a good article and most people really need that information, then your views per day would be significantly increased.
I am new here in hubpages.still i get more than 50 views per day with 14 hubs
I only have 6 Hubs so far and they are viewed around 25 times on an average in a day.
I've been here at hubpages for 2 weeks and I have published 4 hubs and I currently get 19 views per day, don't you love it.
currently I'm at 250-350 a day, I know what I have to do to reach 1000+ though and thats exciting! But a lot of "fun work" I would say..
I have been here eight days and as far as my hub says I have a total of 196 and 30 a day. I Have 11 hubs through so I don't know if this is good or bad
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