How many hubs and months did you take to touch 10000 page views?
About 70 hubs and 2 1/2 months. It was a lot of work to get the ball rolling, but since I've started to understand how this whole process works, I'm learning how to be more efficient in writing here.
About 191 Hubs and 6 months. In the beginning, most of my work was book reviews and creative writing. I have found that for me, they don't draw traffic, so I have unpublished or deleted them. Now the Hubs I write basically answer a question that someone may be searching for.
I've been here 9 months, 52 (or is it 53?) Hubs, and I just passed 8000 views. If I continue at the rate I'm going it should be another two or three months before I cross the 10,000 views threshold.
...Boy, it's a good thing I do this for fun and not for $$.
I think I took three months to reach 1000. I don't remember when I reached 10,000 but I deleted about 50 hubs that would have amounted to about another 5,000 to 10,000 views. I am now close to 40,000 which is not much compared to other hubbers.
Depends on the quality and focus of the hub. I have some hubs that are only viewed a couple times a day and I have others that viewed by more a 100 times a day.
I believe that it is important to pick a niche and become an expert on it. You have to be a destination for a particular subject. People will start to tweet you or link to your pages in forums as they spread your advice. You need to develop a reputation of being a good and consistent source of information in your niche market. It took me over a year to achieve 10,000 PVs but only a coupe of months to reach the second. The 30,000 even less time.
I have 20 hubs now. Had just 10 for most of the time and I reached 3.8k. I deleted 4 hubs which totaled just 400 views.
i have one hub that was viewed almost to 2000 in just one night upon spreading it to the internet cosmos. And then I have those hubs which currently only having 2-5 views a day.
I guess it depends on a particular hub.
I remember last week when "Dorsi" published her "strange sound hub", it got more or less 10,000 views that single night.
Make a hub that would interest all of us. One hub that is irresistible. I'm sure you'll be pleased with the outcome.
I haven't reached 10,000 views yet, but I do know that it's not the amount of time or the number of hubs that matter the most. I've received many views on some hubs and hardly any on others. My views in general went up considerably when I became more serious about using SEO tools, and sharing my hub to more sites. My next step will be to start a blog.
If new hubbers take the very good advice of experienced hubbers and do what they suggest, it does pay off.
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