How Many visitors do you get in one day on your hubs if you have written approx

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  1. Nell Rose profile image90
    Nell Roseposted 7 years ago

    How Many visitors do you get in one day on your hubs if you have written approx 150?

    The reason why I ask is that I have seen so many people on the forums stating they have at least 1000 a day. This is fine but they only have 22 hubs! is it just me, or am I missing something? perhaps my hubs are just boring, because I only ever get about 200 readers. I know about seo etc, and do add my links to free urls and so on, but it never seems to go up, so the question is, are they lying or am I missing something?

  2. prairieprincess profile image93
    prairieprincessposted 7 years ago

    Nell, I have wondered the same thing. The highest I have ever had was 300 visitors and that was a one-time occurrence! My normal is between 85 and about 150. I have 58 hubs.

  3. Dave Mathews profile image60
    Dave Mathewsposted 7 years ago

    Are we talking about 150 characters, words, lines, 150 what?

  4. profile image0
    Suramya.Kposted 7 years ago

    Some people really bluff, I know!!
    I get about 50 per day and some days it spikes to even 120 and 150.

    I'm no senior than you in HubPages and/or SEO thing. But I would like to give a random suggestion to you. You have great hubs and all are useful. I'm sure there might be at least one visitor who might read your individual hubs. I will suggest you to title-tune your hub:

    This will help you to dominate the keywords. While writing a title, don't relate the letter to any symbol. Give a space. For example,
    Instead of
    Plagiarism: Steal my Work?
    Plagiarism - Steal my Work ?

    1. My Minds Eye53 profile image60
      My Minds Eye53posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I went to "Title Tuner" and they had no suggestions for my titles.  Does that mean I am doing it right?

  5. javaoverride profile image61
    javaoverrideposted 7 years ago

    I think most of them are telling the truth

    (dont know how big the pic will be)

    but if you cant make it out the hub was published 06/26/11 and its overall pageviews is 3,211 thats currently my best hub but as i won a hub nugget this week I expect another hub (Google Vs Facebook)  to take off like this.

    I dont know why this one gets more pageviews over the others I havent done anything that i havent done with all my other hubs I think i just picked a topic that people liked.

  6. FloraBreenRobison profile image59
    FloraBreenRobisonposted 7 years ago

    well, I have 27 hubs and since the subdomain switch  I have seen an average of around 90 per 24 hour period-though this is including my own views to write comments etc.  I've never had more than 100 views  per 24 hours.. Before the switch it was  quite low when I hadn't published a hub in the last two days. Is it possible that these people are the hubbers that have more than one account and they are talking about their combined views?

    oh and Dave, Nell Rose is talking about the number of hubs you have published.  So, if you have written 150 hubs, how many views do you get.

  7. Dardia profile image73
    Dardiaposted 7 years ago

    I don't know if they do but your hubs are great. I love reading your hubs. I can only get to one or two a day and then you write more and I can't keep up and still write my own. wink Lol! I know I don't get that many visitors a day. Of course I am writing for myself and not thinking of making any real money on my hubs. The most I get a day is about 300 total with all 28 hubs.

    + Dardia

  8. Bretsuki profile image75
    Bretsukiposted 7 years ago

    Hello Nell, maybe it is a case of the fisherman's tale turning to the Hubbers Tale. Instead of landing a monster fish it is now a view count. smile

    Personally I get about fifty views per day on my thirty something hubs. More when I post a hub,.

    Given your hubs are excellent in my view, I can't think of anything to improve your views.

  9. junkseller profile image83
    junksellerposted 7 years ago

    I get about 10 views a day with 34 hubs, so I obviously don't know what the heck I am doing. I too agree that your hubs are good, though.

    And even javaoverride's example isn't necessarily good evidence. His 7 day traffic looked like it was around 30 views, so it may be he happened to get lucky with some link he posted elsewhere - perhaps redditt for instance. If it happens to catch on somewhere it can get a short-lived high volume viewership. I've put some on redditt before and gotten a 100 or so views in a few hours but it usually seems like poor traffic (they don't stay long and don't click ads) and it doesn't lead to any long-term traffic.

    That isn't meant to criticize javaoverride in any way, it just seems to me that you hear a lot of people saying they are successful, you almost never see someone explain exactly how they do it, and two people doing the exact same thing can have very different results. I am beginning to suspect that for most people this stuff is largely a mystery, even for the ones who are relatively successful.

  10. tillsontitan profile image82
    tillsontitanposted 7 years ago

    I'm looking at less than 100 views per 30 days or so.  The most views I've had is 179 on a hub I wrote two months ago.  Guess I'm doing something really wrong or just not a good writer.  Your hubs are excellent Nell and I can't imagine why you aren't a top draw!

  11. Nell Rose profile image90
    Nell Roseposted 7 years ago

    Thanks guys, and sorry I meant to say 150 hubs! Duh! lol just wondered why some people had about 20 hubs and had 1,000 visitors, thought they had a magic formula, thanks again

  12. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    No - Google search engine doesn't truly even "like" our hubs until they are a lot older.  So the folks who have been here two years or more are just going get more traffic.

    Also, after so much time has passed those older hubs have LOTS of naturally occurring backlinks all over the web.

    You have to persevere and keep at it, is all.

    1. Doodlehead profile image79
      Doodleheadposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      What is a "naturally occurriing backlink".   It sounds like I need them.   I know what backlinks are if I put them on another website so the reader comes to my hubpages site, but i don't know what a naturally occurring backlink  is.  Please explain.

  13. thranax profile image63
    thranaxposted 7 years ago

    Hey Neil (your one of my referrals you know!) anyway I have about 92 hubs and I tend to see 200-250 views a day. This is the average not the spikes. During the year people search for different things at different times. Half of my hubs dont have a single view today. Some get 15+ everyday all year, and some get 45+ a day during the time of year it is. Some of my best hubs I put hours of writing and positioning and photos in got less then 1k views for a whole I whipped up in about 25 minutes gets about 250 a month. Go figure. You are writing hubs right and I bet you have plenty of backlinks. Sometimes its the yearly trends, sometimes its the competition for keyword phrases. All I know that has helped me do better is to keep writing new things, make sure to seo the title tags etc and make backlinks.

    Best wishes,


  14. Victoria Lynn profile image90
    Victoria Lynnposted 7 years ago

    That's a great suggestion re: leaving a space, Suramya. I didn't know that. I have only 4 hubs, but I did use the title-tune to change one title.

  15. Iontach profile image79
    Iontachposted 7 years ago

    Nell your hubs are not boring! Far from it actually.
    I say they are either extremely lucky, seo geniuses, or they are flat out lying.
    I'm really into my seo and keywords, I have 39 Hubs and I don't get near the 1000 mark. On a really good day I'd get about 350 views and today i'm at just under 200.


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