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How do you manage to maintain your average page views?

  1. diplorging profile image76
    diplorgingposted 5 years ago

    How do you manage to maintain your average page views?

  2. Sherry Hewins profile image97
    Sherry Hewinsposted 5 years ago

    Well, I don't. But about the only thing I've found that has much of an effect on my page views is to write new hubs. If I put a new hub up, my others usually seem to get a little bump too.

  3. newcalendar profile image67
    newcalendarposted 5 years ago

    The best way seems to be from doing 3 things,
    1. keep putting more and more links to it on various sites, blogs etc to keep it high in google.
    2. keep writing hubs and put lots of links to your other articles in them
    3. Is to answer or ask questions, and always reply to comments on your hubs. I'm deliberately putting out one hub out a day as a test and my traffic has seen a 70% drop compared to when I put out 4 or more a day (which was testing the extreme end). Hopes this helps!

  4. drspaniel profile image88
    drspanielposted 5 years ago

    The best way that I've found to maintain an average amount of views, is to publish on a consistent schedule. For instance, I know some publishers on HubPages who publish one Hub every two days at a specific time, and they've noticed a great consistency with their earnings/views. However, I must note that my highest ever amount of views actually occurred whilst I wasn't writing on HubPages at all!

    For around two weeks my views were constantly at around 1,000 views daily, and I believe this was due to me having a break from publishing content. Maybe sometimes you need to take a short break from publishing hubs, so that they can naturally mature and gain ranks on the search engines. Especially, if you are publishing high quality/keyword optimised content.

  5. donnah75 profile image97
    donnah75posted 5 years ago

    I don't know the full answer here, but I have noticed a bump in page views after I edit a hub.

  6. Faceless39 profile image93
    Faceless39posted 5 years ago

    I, too, have noticed huge bumps after editing hubs.  I keep going back to them when I learn a new formatting technique.  Each time I do this, my traffic increases.

  7. g37752 profile image76
    g37752posted 5 years ago

    Interesting answers. I haven't done any writing for a while, and I did get some views when I started putting out some hubs the past few days. I don't understand though why editing would cause page views to increase.

    1. diplorging profile image76
      diplorgingposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I think that when you edit it and make some changes it becomes again one of the latest topics or something like that... It's also good because 'google likes fresh content'smile

 
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