WHAT IS A GOOD NUMBER OF VISITS FROM SEARCH ENGINES per hub a day?
any and all search engines organic results.
Depends on your keyword. I would care more about what place you rank in Google for the keyword(s) you're targeting rather than the traffic itself.
At least 40 visits are remarkable form search engine . it give you good response.
For one hub???? I think that if you average ten search engine hits a day, then that's a good hub.
I have one hub that consistently gets 20-40 hits a day since I wrote it approximately two and a half months ago, and several that get 5-15 a day. Of course there are a whole lot that get less than five! The hubs that get more than five views on a daily basis I leave alone. I experiment with the others using Title Tuner and changing the keywords to see what works. I also try to group my hubs together with the stronger hubs in the middle of the group so readers can move forward or backwards to the hubs that have less traffic. Good luck!
I think the general consensus is that 10 hits/day is a really good hub. Anything over that is outstanding.
I have some high traffic hubs, but I also have some that can go a whole day with 0, 1 or 2 hits, so I need to look into those to see how I can get more hits to them.
Good number represents the impression of per page. It actually around 40-100 visits with comments/500-1000 visits without comments in a day!.
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
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