One day later than what I wished for. Nevertheless, am happy.
Thanks one and all.
Now for 10,000 within a year or six months?
Congrats chenmikehk. For sure 5000 comes faster than 1000. I'm over half way to 10,000 and just tripped over to 3 months moments ago.
I have 250 + in the 3 weeks but, to me them worth nothing, why, because tis hard to tell which are my visits while building the hubpages and which are from real visitors.
hehehe hold your horses newbie...
Its take one to two months before search engines recognized your work...
Well, I had only 7 hubs and had certainly done most of the 261 visits logged for me. I'd say as much as 70% all in 3 weeks
I would not have time to visit so often given I was busy writing. Once I passed 1,000, it has jumped by another 200 within 2 days.
well that 200 looks real, well done.
Look at the detailed sts page, do you have a lot coming from search engines ?
good going chenmikehk! Well done. I've some catching up to do!
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