How are most of your page views and revenues earned?
Do you generate most of your HubPages views and revenues from multiple hubs that are performing fairly or do you have a few hubs bringing in a lot of views? For me I have a few hubs that have been performing quite well for almost a year while the rest have fairly modest view counts.
As someone fairly new to HubPages, my page views are still mostly coming through new hubs and that initial burst of attention from other hubbers. As it has leveled out some, I'm slowly getting more and more search traffic for my hubs on rock music. The other hubs seem to be a little stagnant. Of course, I've only been here for a month, so I think time will tell me more about what to expect.
I have multiple hubs that perform on different levels. My niche hubs do the best, but sometimes others surprise me. There are many days when half of my hubs get no views whatsoever. I'm just waiting to see what happens over the course of year 1 so that I can upgrade or remove the non performers and replace them with higher quality hubs.
Almost all of my revenue (which isn't significant) is earned from the Hubpages ad program, with just a tiny amount from Amazon affiliates. I have just signed up for the ebay program, but too early to tell how that will do.
About 95% of my page views come from Google, not just Google.com but all the various regional Google pages. And 90% of my pageviews come from just 10% of my hubs.
by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
I am experiencing an overall average off 66 percent less page views per day, for seven days versus a week previous and for the past two months. Such a huge drop in page views makes me think that Google has tuned up something again. I do know that I don't have the time and energy to keep...
by Favorites 8 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
by Howard S. 6 years ago
Is anyone else seeing a strange spike today? I've been getting less than 10 page views per day lately, but it's over 500 today and still rising. The source is undetectable using Analytics, Webmaster Tools, or HubPages Sources. I'm still getting 0 from Google and less than 20 from HubPages.What's...
by Don Ship 7 years ago
I just want to know!
by Lisa Vollrath 3 years ago
Since I migrated here from Squidoo two months ago, I've seen a steady stream of threads in this forum, complaining about lost page views. There are a lot of theories about why it's happening, and how much it's happening, and what can be done to get into Google's good graces.Google is not my #1...
by Pop Culture World 2 years ago
Hello,I am seeing on my Adsense earnings 0 page views yet there are clicks coming from the pages still.Two days ago there were about five clicks and then the next day those clicks were gone from the previous night's report. Today I am seeing clicks again with 0 page views.Is there something wrong...
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