The best hubs bring in a up to and above ten thousand hits a month - which means a minimum of 300 views a day. I have two or three hubs that get 100-200 views a day, but they seem to always go down to sub 100 for a week or so before bouncing up.
You can write a really good hub that never gets any views - if it's on a topic that not many people are searching for on Google for instance. On the other hand, if you backlink and keyword research, a mediocre hub can get hundreds or thousands of daily views.
Here is an idea of how many views hubs are getting on the site: http://hubpages.com/stats/
by Angie Jardine 5 years ago
Optimizing Hubs: how many hubs do you have that get 100 page views a day?I thought I was doing well until I read the latest exhortation from HP staff to analyse my hubs. Evidently a hub is only thought to be doing well if it gets 100 ‘hits’ a day. Uh-oh!Is everyone else getting this number of...
by Annette Thomas 6 years ago
by Omnivium 5 years ago
How many views does your best hub get in one day?Mine gets 200-300 per day, but I know some hubs can get in the thousands. If your answer is in the thousands, how did you find a topic that so many people search for that has so little competition?
by kirsib 7 years ago
I have not really even followed what is going on here time to time and been writing very erratically. Now it seems that all the different revenues coming in might be worth a shot. Anyway I'm just curious about everybody, not just top writers, how many hits you got so far and do you have one hub...
by Laryssa 4 years ago
What would you qualify as "good traffic" is it 100 views? 1000 views? 10,000 views?
by umar.shehzad 5 years ago
How many views a day your hub gets on average?How many views a good hub should get ? by good hub I mean a hub with a good hubscore . how many views do you get on average.
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