Is getting over 200 views per day considered good on hubpages?
Looking for a basic benchmark for comparison... I have 40 hubs written, and while most of them are fairly new, and probably haven't had enough time to get the recurring viewers I like, I am fairly pleased. However, I would love your input on where everyone else here might be in regards to views/hubs...
The number of views per day varies a great deal among hubbers on HubPages. I myself have never gotten over 200 views in one day, but then I have only 27 hubs at this point. Based on what I know, I would say that with 40 hubs, 200+ page views in one day is pretty good.
I would have to agree with healthwriterbob that 200 a day isn't bad, at least not in my experience. I haven't broken a hundred in a day, but I did reach a thousand views in three weeks.
My best hub "Users/Abusers" has more hits a day than all my others combined.
I have 38 hubs and the best/rest ratio for the last 24 hours is 64/194
I don't know if it's "considered good" or not, but that's my next benchmark goal. I'm now averaging over one hundred--nearly three years and 54 Hubs in!
That said, I know that the top Hubbers score in the thousands a day. That's when you really start to earn.
Something around 200 views a day would be pretty good, atleast at the start but once you'll go on with the time you'll not be happy with just 200 views.
Well I think its still okay because that is around 1500 views in 7days,so I think it is still okay.
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
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by Howard S. 6 years ago
Is anyone else seeing a strange spike today? I've been getting less than 10 page views per day lately, but it's over 500 today and still rising. The source is undetectable using Analytics, Webmaster Tools, or HubPages Sources. I'm still getting 0 from Google and less than 20 from HubPages.What's...
by GreenTime 8 years ago
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by cafeteria 6 years ago
Is anyone getting 1,000 hits a-day on Hubpages?
by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
I am experiencing an overall average off 66 percent less page views per day, for seven days versus a week previous and for the past two months. Such a huge drop in page views makes me think that Google has tuned up something again. I do know that I don't have the time and energy to keep...
by mariexotoni 5 years ago
Would like to check out their profiles and read some hubs. Unless this is pretty much unheard of
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