Hmm....I'd say about, erm...none. Although I have never been keen on SEO. Don't worry if you are not recieving that many hits a day. You should have seen mine at the beginning, recieving one if lucky. However, slowly your articles gain backlinks and popularity and as you amount hubs you will recieve more and more, for example most of my articles recieve around 5 a day. Anyway, I guess what I'm saying here is don't give up yet because it does all add up, even if you aren't a SEO pro. Hope this helps!
Roughly 25% of my Hubs get at least 10 visitors each day. Some get way more than 10.
However, I do realize that what is not a big hit now, could be a huge hit later on.
My Seo is also lazy and not so effective , however i don't care . Its fine for me even if a have 5 hits but targeted and useful .
To be honest, 1 or 2 of my hubs sometimes reach over 10 views a day. Normally, my hubs stick to the 3 or 4 views.
My best hub which can get well over 10hits a day at times, is most informative hub. i've done now back linking for it either so it goes to show quality hubs/articles goes a long way. You can use the Google trends trick to get uber amount of hits but its not sustainable traffic. You got to think long term.
by sasta10 6 years ago
On average how many total hits do you get on your hubs per day? At the moment I have 48 active hubs and I get about 60 hits, Is this good. Thanks.
by Pamela Lipscomb 8 years ago
Can you use hubs that have originally been posted on Hubpages on other sites?
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by Tim Anderson 11 months ago
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