What is the expected number of pageviews per day for each hub?
It depends on the hub. If it is a subject that people look for and is well written, it will get a lot of page views. If it is a subject that people aren't interested in then it will not receive many page views if any at all.
In my opinion and from my experience here, the older a hub is the more daily traffic it receives if it is a well written hub. My two top performing hubs were written in my first two months on the site. Their daily traffic has gradually increased as they became older.
I don't think there is a concrete answer to the question because there are so many variables at play that can have an impact on the traffic of any given hub.
It depends on many factors such as
- Whether your article is classified as an 'evergreen' one, meaning it's a topic that doesn't age, so people will search for it all year round.
-Whether your hub is written on a current event (it may get a spike in traffic, but will then phase out)
-Whether your hub is seasonal (Christmas, mother's day etc)
-Whether your main keyword is considered a 'competitve' keyword
Like Helena said, age plays an important part of traffic. Ive really only started writing on Hub Pages the last few months. The older the hub, the more traffic they tend to generate
There is really no hard and fast rule on what the typical traffic would be. I do find though, over time, you see a pattern amongst your hubs that show you which type of hubs will likely generate you a higher traffic.
by jasonycc 8 years ago
I now have 15 hubs. I am hitting 300 pageviews per day. 1 of my hubs on FIFA World Cup 2010 is contributing to 70% of the traffic. There rest of it with 13 hubs hitting 3 to 10 pageviews per day and 1 hub with 0 views most of the time. I am worry that when the World Cup is over, so will my traffic...
by Chris Mills 5 years ago
Whats up with my 70% drop in pageviews over the last few weeks? Mostly hubbers are missing.Over the last couple of weeks I have experienced a 70% drop in pageviews. Most of the loss was from fellow hubbers not viewing...am I not showering enough? Bad breath? Offensive...
by Neil Sperling 3 years ago
I'm approaching 4000 - will likely hit that within 24 hours!
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
Traffic and earnings appear to be down for many. When do HP expect the benefits of the layout changes to shine through the gloom?
by KRC 8 years ago
10/5/2008 Published 1st Hub11/11/2008 Hit 1,000 pageviews4/3/2009 Hit 10,000 pageviews6/6/2009 Hit 20,000 pageviews7/6/2009 Hit 30,000 pageviews7/28/2009 Hit 40,000 pageviews8/16/2009 Hit 50,000...
by sasta10 7 years ago
On average how many total hits do you get on your hubs per day? At the moment I have 48 active hubs and I get about 60 hits, Is this good. Thanks.
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