What is the most views that you have attracted to a single hub?
Why do you think you got that many views?
My best hub has had 92,000 views total and averages 800 views a day right now.
Wow that is really impressive - what is the hub about?
I'm keen to know how many views people get. My best so far is 2,700.
582 - Because it provided information that wasn't easily obtainable and had value.
About Portugal (My Country)
My biggest one was on a popular TV programme, i recieved 97,000 views and am still getting 100 views a day even though the storyline has ended. I think it helped that it was rated hottest in entertainment by hp and on the front page of google as i havn't been able to repeat the success on any of my other hubs to date.
25,000, averaging 75-100 hits per day with a pretty nice conversion rate. It has done so well because it's an in-demand topic that few people know much about, and that I just happen to have a lot of experience in. Surprisingly, it's not one that I researched ahead of time, someone just asked the question and I knew the answer so I wrote the hub. It has made about ten times what my next best article has made, which currently has about 18,000 hits and also hasn't been too bad on the money. And no, I'm not sharing what the topics are as I intend to continue exploiting the niche, and really don't want them picked up by people who don't know what they're talking about and are simply seeking profitable keywords.
by vespawoolf 3 years ago
What is your single most-visited hub? Why do you think it's so popular?Mine is "The Best Homemade Mexican Salsa". It doesn't have polls, videos or any other features that are supposed to drive more traffic and yet it consistently gets more views.
by Andrew Smith 4 years ago
I just shared the crap out of a Hub I wrote that I think is pretty good (the one on longevity called "The First Person to Live to Be 200 Years Old is Alive Today"), and it seems to be a home run. In just 2 days, I've gotten 1,623 (about a third of my total views EVER). I'm not...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
I wonder what the record is for the most views in one day by a single hub?
by Kain 360 5 years ago
A couple years ago in 2011, I had a hub on another account that went up to 5000 views rapidly. Eventually it waned to about 1000-1300 views. Now after a couple years it gets about a few hundred views a day astonishingly. Would that hub be defined as "going viral?" I know it's not...
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
What's the most hub views you've ever received on a single hub.Write an entire hub article about it, if you wish, many new folks would love to know what it took for that cool hot hub to take off, or how you put it together, let us in on some of your juicy secrets, we all would love to know.
by abbiz 8 years ago
Hello everyone, today as usual I access my Hubpages profile and saw two accolades of traffic, one for 10,000 visits and 100,000 visits to the other, after I see the statistics and I saw that one of my hubs has over 166,000 views, just in one day, I even know the source of this big traffic, and it...
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