What is your average page views per hub that you have written?
Trying to learn about people that have lots of hubs posted if you just have a couple that do really well or most get a few page views or day or what?
In my case most of my hubs receive about 29 to 38 views per day. But I have a few that only receive 2 views per day.
I have 20 Hubs, 1120 views so the average is 56, but some get tons of views per day and things like poetry may get one or two.
Oh. I had the same question. As for me it fluctuates from 30 to 5 views per hub per day..
Just started so I've only got about 20 per. We'll see how this goes though.
I have one hub that shot up REAL fast. The rest get a few pages views here and there. Total about 1400 views with one getting 700 plus and another having 300 plus total. The rest get about 4 to 5 a week or so just because my subject matter is more for me lol.
I'm averaging 37 hits per hub. That's for 11 hubs over 3 months. Like Taco Tagger, I have hubs that get quite a few views and others only a couple a week. Education thought isn't everyone's cup of tea.
195 on medium
Feel free to improve that score for me by reading some of my hubs
Mine only get a few views a day and sometimes none. 9 hubs so far and only 332 views on all of them. one got over 100 views though
Well I have only been here a few days but average 30 views per day over 10 hubs, so 3 per day each. Although some are 0 and others are 12.
I have just started but I am getting about 25 per week per hub
well, the best ones gets around 30-40 hits a day, while others gets around 5-25. I don't have any complain though, since I'm new to HP.
On average, I have about 250 views per Hub (overall) - keeping in mind ones that are viewed quite a bit, and ones that aren't. I've had up to 260 a day for one hub. I'm still somewhat new to Hubpages. Hopefully those numbers will continue to increase. =]
Geez, I feel like a slacker. I'm only getting like 30 views a day...total...for all 9 hubs. I suck! ) Oh well, I'm here to learn and practice.
The hubs I wrote when I first started on HubPages don't get a lot of traffic, 1-5 page views per day. I didn't do good keyword research for those hubs. My more recent hubs that were properly keyword researched are getting between 50-125 page views per day. Doing good keyword research is important if you are looking to get a lot of traffic.
10 - 30 per day, but I'm still very new here and findin my way around. 1400 sounds pretty impressive - perhaps one day! :-)
Over five years and with 200 Hubs, my average page views per Hub as of October 2011 is just over 41,700 per Hub, or about 1400 average per Hub per day.
I have been on HubPages for 10 months, have written 90 articles and average 305 page views per article.
In my defense I would say that I write about subjects that most writers wouldn't touch if you paid them. I also only just recently began using RSS feeds and SEO protocols.
So I'm still learning however a fellow hubber that started at the same time and writes about stuff people like and need such as how to cure chap lips has over 100,000 page views and is SEO savvy.
Anyway I'm still learning and have only had a computer for a couple of years as I hate technology and don't even have a cell phone.
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