How long did it take you to get to 10,000 views?
It took me 4 months and 3 weeks. Just wondering if that's about average, if there is such a thing.
This really depends on the popularity of the hub. You may reach 10,000 views if your hub is recommended as 'Hub of the Day'.
Lol. I haven't even made it to 3000 page views yet. I'd say you are doing very well. Congrats!
Thanks harmony155. I just checked out your Genie Bra review, it's really good, do you get much traffic to it? I have one too, only I included Pajama Jeans in the same hub.
Sherry: Thanks for reading my Genie Bra Hub! I published it less than a month ago and have gotten about 100 hits... don't know if that's good or bad since I'm fairly new to hubpages. I'm going to check out your pajama jean hub
I would say it is quite normal as you already have 29 hubs in total. So, that means about 350 visits in each hub after more than 4 months.
I also published few hubs recently and got almost 100 views each after first month. So, i think it is normal.
I'm like TTombs08, I'm still under 3,000. Congratulations on your accomplishment!
I made it to 10,000 views in 20 months and have over 11,500 in my 21st month. My views are increasing at a more rapid rate when I reached this level. I also have written 100 hubs.
I have no idea, sine I rarely followed the stats for the first couple of years. After I started checking, it seems that they multiplied.
I would say that your stats are quite good-- which is no surprise-- your hubs are quite good.
Be patient and keep up the good work. I think you will be very successful.
P.S-- don't stress about 'averages'.
It took me ages but then I only have a few hubs so that shouldn't be a great surprise!
It's encouraging that you made it with just 7 hubs. It looks like HubPages is not your main online endeavor.
It is actually my main hub that accounts for nearly all the 10000 views too.
I don't know how much money you guys are forking out for advertising, but I've been using HubPages for over 17 months and still only have a total of 1,744 views.
You don't have a lot of hubs Daffit, I liked the one on fad dieting though. I probably have more than 1700 views from my facebook friends, they were my first traffic source. Thanks for responding.
Thank you for your response, and for checking out my hub on Fad Diets. Speaking of food, another one of my hubs I especially like is the one called "An Outdoor Weekend With The Guys". It's a review of a little cafe we like. Guess I do need more hubs.
That's great cloverleaffarm. You write on popular subjects, and if your most recent hub "Drug Interactions With Herbs and Herb Supplements," is any example I can see why you're so successful.
I joined HubPages about 9 months ago but only became active in the past four or five. I am near the 3,500 mark. I have started linking some of my Hubs to my Facebook page. I was not a big Facebook user, so I do not know if that will boost the numbers. I have between 70 and 80 followers. I do not go looking for followers and I do not follow everyone that follows me. One person wrote mostly recipes. They may be good recipes, but that is not my interest.
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