Is 2,000 views in 2 months with 9 hubs doing fairly good or do I need to switch up what I'm doing?
Just wondering if this is above average, below average, or right on average. If it's below average then I know I'm doing something wrong and need to do a bit more research.
I am not sure I can help you with this. What I can tell you is that I am here since 8 months, I have written 31 hubs and yet I didn't reach 2000 views. So you are steps farther than I. I don't know if it is good if compared to the other hubbers but it looks much good to me.
It's difficult to answer this question, some topics are more likely to generate more traffic than others and some topics are more competitive than others.
It looks like most of your hubs are about SEO, and Social bookmarking. I think these topics are fairly competitive so it will be difficult to generate a lot of traffic from the search engines unless you found some good keywords.
To get a feel for what kind of traffic others are generating you can check out HubPages Stats. www.hubpages.com/stats/
I'm going to be honest with you - if you'd have researched the keywords for the subject matter you've written on, you would know from that what kind of traffic to expect.
That is what keyword research is all about - you can figure out how many searchers on the web are searching for pages about any given topic.
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