300 today alone. :-D
Anyone else's hub views skyrocket over the last couple days?
Yeah ive seen an increase over the last 24-48 hours, up to just under 2000 in the last 24 hours. But, I am currently working on improving all of my hubs... to make a point about the hubchallenge and back it up with stats..... so an increase is what I expected.
2,000 in 24 hours... holy crap! Do you have any halloween hubs up? Are they getting tons of traffic? About 80 of mine has come from a costume idea for halloween.
No Halloween hubs, I just build lots of backlinks, I work on SEO, am improving my SEO now.... as well as adsense positioning, tagging, etc.... when I have improved every hub, I will publish my next hub and hopefully show how I improved the traffic of my existing hubs. To back up my previous arguments about quality over quantity.
I have been improving hubs for a couple of days now, but it will take me a week or two to improve them all.... thats how much I believe in quality now. By the end, I hope to have 144 perfect hubs.
I am also earning about $7 a day.... but believe I can earn $10 a day from my existing hubs.
So hopefully I can prove my hypothesis as a means of helping other hubbers and asking a few questions about the 30 in 30 challenge...
If you have 360 for 28, then work out how much you would have for 144 hubs.... cant be too dissimilar. Although I believe I can come back and show people how I am getting 2500-3000 with 144 hubs.... thats my project at the mo, improving the performance of my existing hubs.
I'll have to keep my eye on you . I've been trying to put out a few more hubs lately, but I do some back linking and editing with them too. I decided early on that the 30 in 30 challenge wasn't a good idea.
I think its a great idea if you can be sure that each hub is the best you can do. But I did 4 in a row, and was 6 hubs off finishing a 5th in a row, before realising that most of my hubs could be better. Im going to present both sides of the argument, one is that I could increase traffic by spending time on my existing hubs.... and then trying to do a 30 in 30 by making hubs as genuinely good as I can. I dont think a 30 in 30 is bad, if you then take time to go back and check and improve hubs, but I believe in encouraging quality over quantity. I could write 30 hubs in 5 days which will be alright quality in terms of the textual content and information, but there is so much more to do to maximise traffic and revenue from those hubs. Thats my only argument.
I'm trying the 30 in 30, which will triple the number of hubs I currently have!! I'm hoping it'll bring me more traffic and income. My problem is that I can't think of things to write about. I want to do product reviews etc (because my one hub that makes money is a product review) but I find it difficult to write about products I havent actually had any experience with.
Most of my hubs are just about my experiences and favourite things, and they don't make any money.
According to Ryan Hupfer, yesterday was apparently a record breaking day for traffic and mine has shot up to around 1,700 a day,although I do have a few hubpage duds that really need working on, optimizing, the works, so I reckon once I do that, mine should equal Ryans there.
Quality counts but it is not everything in present days. Marketing counts more than quality when it comes to traffic.
Ryan is right. Building back links is essential tool for marketing.
I have some concerns about the 30/30. As Ryan indicated, 30/30 is dandy if the quality is there. It's offensive to me I guess when I come across a hub where someone is obviously not a subject matter expert. Many readers who find their way to our pages do not know that they could be reading a bunch of amateur crap.
Yes P, I noticed a day or 2 ago that my Halloween costume hub seemed to be picking up views.
That's outstanding. I have almost 4800, but I have 10 more hubs than you do.
Congradulations Promethius, something you wrote got somebodies attention!!!
Thank you I'm tryin. I can't wait to get my first payout, about 1/10th (a little less) of the way there. I've started to learn some SEO stuff (thanks again Susana S) so hopefully I'll my future hubs will be more optimized. I'm gonna revamp a couple of the ones I have to try to improve them.
Congratulations - I'm sure your traffic will soon double. Mine has actually slowed down in the last day or so. For some reason, Friday/Saturday is generally not good for traffic for me for some reason.
Hubs about current events seem to do well. I wrote about our local annual fair and this hub received over 4000 views in the weeks running up to the event.
Congrats to you! My traffic has been up slightly, but Adsense earnings have plummeted the last couple of days. (And Sunday evening is usually a very good time for earnings for me.) I actually had two days in a row where I made less than $.50. So traffic, shmaffic. Just show me the money!
Hey guys! Nice to see you all here
Nice results, but I'm sure you could get even more than just 10 views per day...
Are you keyword targeting your hubs to high traffic terms? Is your content SEO'd? Are you linking to anything that can make you money?
Anyway, I'd love to help improve your traffic, although this account of mine doesn't have many hubs, or quality hubs for that matter I've created many hubs before.
Great work all and keep it up,
How can you improve traffic of fellow hubbers' hubs?
I just really started doing SEO stuff, to try to increase traffic. I think some of my hubs have links to money making articles, but others I just wrote for fun. I'm still a newbie to this (and I'm really busy on top of that... a job, a passion, and a woman to take care of).
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