By what number will good SEO increase daily visits to an average Hub from Google?
I'm just learning about SEO. How many page views will a good SEOed HUbpage get compared to non-SEOed page like all of mine?
Surely you can expect considerable increment in traffic. With good seo you can get more than 1 lakh visit in two year
I'm not sure what a "lakh vist" is........Please clarify.
Well, who cares about page views? It's about page links - if you're not increasing your site's backlinks, your rankings won't increase.
It depends a lot on topic/phrase - there is no average amount of page views. I have one page that I wrote when I first started here (I think it was my first hub) that was not optimized at all and I had chosen a crappy title that was not getting found in the search engines. It used to get 1 or 2 visits a day if I was lucky.
When I did some keyword research and found a better phrase to use in my title and throughout my text, summary etc the traffic went up over several months and now it gets about 100 views per day. It doesn't earn tonnes of money and probably never will, but it earns a lot more than it did before it was optimized and it's nice to know that my initial writing efforts weren't wasted because at least people are now reading what I wrote.
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