What is considered a high amount of traffic the first month of using Hubpages?
There are so many factors for the traffic to your pages.
1) The quality content of the page .
2) The link which you have provided or shared by others in their website.
3) About the topic what you have covered.
So, there won't be any guess without knowing such things..
It's a hard question to answer really, but I would say anything over 50 hits per day would be above average in the first month.
Not sure! I believe 450 in two weeks is a lot but hey, thats just me patting myself on the back ill be sure to follow this!
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