I have been a member of hubpages for 5months and I have 57k views is that good or bad?
After a slow start my hubs have now grown in views exponentially and I'm now hitting 8k views per week, is that good and should I also write more hubs?
I think all comes down to what your are looking to achieve from hub pages. Ask yourself that question and the question above can become clearer.
It looks like you have found niche views, which can continue to grow. I think you're doing well for only being here 5 months. Keep publishing the kind of hubs that are drawing traffic.
I think that is great for a newby. Some people don't reach this amount of views in 2 years or more. Great job and keep working hard, you'll see event more viewers
You've got way more views than I do and I've been here for over a year, so I'd say whatever you're doing, keep it up.
I have been here for a year now, and just about ready to hit 10,000, with only about 500 views per week. So it looks like you are doing great!
So amazing! You have only 18 hubs and getting 8k views per week. You are doing way more than good. Imagine if you have more than 18 hubs, more views. I say go ahead and right more hubs and enjoy the traffic.
Please can you tell us your secret?
It sounds like you're doing things right, so good job. It's a pretty amazing number, so Runescape must be a popular search topic.
That number of views for just 17 hubs is remarkable. Keep going with the Runescape thing is my advice!
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