10/5/2008 Published 1st Hub 11/11/2008 Hit 1,000 pageviews 4/3/2009 Hit 10,000 pageviews 6/6/2009 Hit 20,000 pageviews 7/6/2009 Hit 30,000 pageviews 7/28/2009 Hit 40,000 pageviews 8/16/2009 Hit 50,000 pageviews 9/6/2009 Hit 60,000 pageviews 9/22/2009 Hit 70,000 pageviews 10/3/2009 Hit 80,000 pageviews 10/13/2009 Hit 90,000 pageviews 10/21/2009 Hit 100,000 pageviews
Sorry, I have to toot my own horn (or bang my own cymbals). The medal hasn't even shown up yet because it just happened a few minutes ago.
As you can see, 30,000 of those pageviews were from 9/22 to 10/21.
Wow KCC, Page views are so significant because as you know, it means opportunities for ad clicks! You are so fortunate to have had so much success in just this past year! I would love to emulate your astounding success, please tell us your secrets, what to avoid and what to do?
That's true. The more pageviews you get, the more chances you have for someone to click an ad. It's all about driving traffic. You just have to find that niche that works for your style of writing and what you like to write about.
My secrets really aren't so secret. Perseverance and a willingness to learn and adjust as you go is pretty much what works. Everyone of my hubs that have taken off like crazy have been a total surprise to me. Trying to figure out why they do is important. I study them, I keep stats on everything. I experiment. I read about keywords and try to pay attention to what the internet users seem to respond to best.
That's it exactly, Richard. That's one of the reasons I highly encourage them. It really helps to keep your name out there getting the exposure, doing the keyword research, etc. I'm very pleased with the results.
It was 30,000 actually in the last 30 days. I've been averaging 1000 a day. Lately, it's been around 1600 a day. My fall and Halloween hubs have done well. I just wished my Christmas-related hubs would take off.
Currently helping my bestfriend with his web site hehehe, hehehe he is making a web site about TESDA Psat (a school supported by TESDA) as well as writing for him some blogs... Its still okay (the weather here) how about you there, I hope this coming typhoon is not as formidable as the one that hit us a week ago...
Nawww...keep writing, double your number of hubs and watch what happens. Seriously. As I pointed out, 30,000 of those views were in the last 30 days. I'm in fourth HubChallenge since May. I am getting pretty good at cranking out 30-40 hubs in a month. It makes a difference.
It's due to several hubs that have gone crazy with pageviews. Some of that will die down after Halloween, but that's why I'm trying to crank out enough Christmas hubs to take their place. Meanwhile, I try to create enough evergreen hubs to sustain it all.
Thanks rancidTaste. I'm an analytical person and I keep stats on everything. I have an Excel spreadsheet for just about everything. I keep dates for all types of events that happen. It becomes great reference material to judge progress from.
Actually, I have 549,000 if you count the views from all of the articles I deleted over the past few years. Some of you may remember that I took a terrible hit from Google the Summer of 2014, so these numbers show just how hard I've worked to recoup. These are only from my Timetraveler2...
Yippee, I just checked into My Account and realised that some time in the last 24 hours I hit 3,000,000 views. In fact I am now at over 3,002,000. Traffic is still slower than usual because of Pandas etc or it would have been a few weeks ago, but I got there in the end.
Just realised I hit the 2,000,000 viewings on my hubs some time between New Year's Eve and the early hours of New Year's Day (here in Britain). Really delighted as it has only been about 10 months since I hit 1,000,000.
Yep, it's me again. Today was another milestone for me because I hit 200,000 page views. What is interesting about this is that it took me two years to get my first 100,000 but only 8 months to get another 100,000. Just as important is the fact that I started using Amazon Ads with...
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