Averaging around 15-20 page views per day after 22 days of writing hubs, am I do

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  1. chrae profile image71
    chraeposted 6 years ago

    Averaging around 15-20 page views per day after 22 days of writing hubs, am I doing alright?

    How long have you been at hub pages? how many views per day do you get?

  2. Sullen91 profile image77
    Sullen91posted 6 years ago

    It depends on what you ultimately wish to accomplish. If you want to make a living off of your content, you're doing bad. I say that for no particular reason other than that something like 1 person out of every 10,000 earns a living wage through this site. I've been a member here for almost two years, although I haven't been active for most of that time.My average is 10 page views/day over that time and 18 page views/day over the last 30 days. I'd say your average right now is about double what it will be overall, once you stop being as active.

  3. April Reynolds profile image80
    April Reynoldsposted 6 years ago

    I think its good, I'm just starting to average that after 5 months, but I only write once or twice a week.

  4. avan989 profile image70
    avan989posted 6 years ago

    You don't really need to be active to get views. Most of my views come from google, so even if I don't stay active, I still get them.

    Your views is kind of low and you only have 9 hubs. The first thing I did when I joined was do the 30 hubs challenge. This will help you get over the learning curve needed to write content that is being search on google. Before I used to average around 30-50 views/day and now I get 100-150 views per day, and have almost reach payout.

    What you need to do is read up on successful people's hubs and see what they did. From that, try to emulate them. You also need to write, write, write. But also remember a well research keywords + original contents is better than a thousand useless hubs on topic over saturated with writers.

  5. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image97
    TIMETRAVELER2posted 6 years ago

    There is no set answer to your question.  You are new, and it takes time to build a following.  Keep at it, and time will tell if you'll do OK or not.

 
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