How many views on hubs do you tend to get per day?

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  1. JerryJupiter profile image61
    JerryJupiterposted 7 years ago

    How many views on hubs do you tend to get per day?

    I tend to only get a few or two if I'm lucky on my hubs, and I was curious as to what some of your other hubbers with a vast amount more hubs/followers tend to get. I'm only at 3 published hubs currently.

  2. Brian Anderson profile image85
    Brian Andersonposted 7 years ago

    I typically get around 200 views a day.  That's with 26 hubs..

  3. tillsontitan profile image84
    tillsontitanposted 7 years ago

    I'm embarrassed to answer this one.  I get about 85 on 65 hubs.  Probably not so good but I still enjoy the writing.

  4. maddot profile image75
    maddotposted 7 years ago

    I get so few views..i must be doing something sooo wrong. I get good feedback but I must admit I'm not a stickler for all the rules to attract traffic. i prefer to enjoy my writing obviously I would I would like lots more traffic. I would also appreciate it if those who have decided to "follow" me, would at least click on the hub when they get the alert that I've published  anew Hub. It's just Hub courtesy. If they did I would  more than double my daily views.
    I make the effort to view the Hubs of those I have followed, plus I seek out new writers and enjoy watching their  Hubs grow and develop.
    One can only hope!

  5. Hunbbel Meer profile image84
    Hunbbel Meerposted 7 years ago

    Too embarrassed to answer this question tongue

    But as you are a new hubber, I ought to answer this one. I usually get somewhere between 100-200 views daily, but I know that these are way too low, but to be honest, I do not care about it now as I were used to do before. I've long dropped the idea of 'earning money' from hubpages; now I only use it because I love writing and for money, I have some other businesses to do. It feels good though, to receive a check once in a generation wink

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    kims3003posted 7 years ago

    I have 142 hubs and receive around 5, 020 views per day for all of these together.

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    msivakumarposted 7 years ago

    The views tend to vary between 0 to several thousand per day. Fewer hubs, less views, more hubs, more views.

    If the title and the content are well SEO'd you tend to get more natural/organic traffic. Otherwise you need to do lot of promotion to get more views.

    Read the relevant hubs on this to get an idea on how to do the promotion.

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    Indigitalposted 7 years ago

    300-400 per day. But a few Hubs get 0 views, while others get 100-300.

  9. OutsideTheLines profile image60
    OutsideTheLinesposted 7 years ago

    On average...about 30 a day. Lol. I only have 4 hubs and just joined last week.

  10. relache profile image84
    relacheposted 7 years ago

    To get an overview of how Hubs perform on this site, this stats page shows general trends in views,

  11. brakel2 profile image77
    brakel2posted 7 years ago

    I have 24 hubs and only get 70 views a day. Until  recently I was not concentrating on Seo but writing for fun.  I used to get more views through backlinks but recently they dropped. When squidstop was around backlinks were great

  12. Allen Williams profile image82
    Allen Williamsposted 7 years ago

    I am much lower than where I want to be but since I recently started writing on HubPages I wasn't that concerned.  I would love to build it up so I can receive a lot more than what I am but I won't lose sleep over it.  I will keep writing and answering questions, and leaving comments on other hubs.  I figure if I keep doing the right things that eventually mine will pick up as a reflection of what I am doing.

  13. thebeast02 profile image80
    thebeast02posted 7 years ago

    The answer to this question is going to vary greatly. The topics and genre that you write on, as well as your individual writing level are going to significantly change your view count. Without using Reddit, because it can cause a huge spike in views over a few days that will diminish as your post ages, I average 200-500 per day. If I get a good topic that I feel Reddit will enjoy, I can see anywhere from 700-1000+ in a matter of 24-48 hours, but then it drops back down. Some people get really lucky and hit a nice niche topic that can net them several thousand a day from Reddit alone on one hub. If you haven't looked into it, I would definitely do some research on the site and make sure you follow their posting rules to prevent a ban. It can be a major help.


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