Why I get plenty of views one day, then the next day I get close to none?
I have been here just over two months now, and this is what I have observed. You have to be patient, as it takes time for hubs to "mature." The initial surge in views is likely from hubpage readers. What you want to do to sustain those numbers is find outside readers by marketing your hubs. I share mine to FB and Pinterest everytime I publish. I just started to use stumble upon. I have watched my google views rise a bit each week, but nothing more than a handful a day. Some hubs get barely any attention and some get "a lot." Go back and take some time to revise or edit your hubs also. That will give you a small traffic boost. The way I understand it is that it takes a long time to be successful here. You just have to keep at it, and your audience will grow.
What donnah said.
The first "surge" is followers who are notified you published a hub, your hub being displayed in the "new" section etc. After a few days that drops off. It can take 6-9 months for Google traffic to pickup to decent levels (if you have a not too saturated topic with good keywords.)
You can create Made for Pinterest images to help you drive traffic from Pinterest, but social bookmarking sites (Digg, Reddit etc) are basically spam pools that give short bursts of low quality traffic.
Linking your own hubs on Facebook is likely to make your friends feel spammed too.
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