I have read quite a few posts regarding a hubbers first 1000 daily visitors. This is a great achievement, and I love to see these successes in the community around me.
Today I have just realised that I have hit the 1000 daily page views mark, I feel like I have joined the ranks f these successes, and I feel proud to have done so!
So whats so different about that I hear you ask, or, i would hear you ask if you really cared that much.
Well, it turns out that not only did I break the 1000 daily visitors barrier, but I also seem to have managed to do it by a further 800 visitors.
I am ever so slightly amazed!
My daily visitors count for today so far = 1876!
I really hope this is not just some bug in the tracking >.<
(Before my daily visitors was reaching the 900 mark, so it is not completely impossible!)
im so sorry to inform you that its pretty likely a bug
My hubstats are exactly double my actual visits today(analytics)
there is a stickied thread at the top of the forum explaining this
Analyticss is on a par so far with pageviews, and uniques!
Also remember that analytics does not update that regularly!
Dammnnn, misread my analytics, I am actually only on 1100 accaording to it, although I am holding out some hope that it has just not updated yet!
Still a break through the 1000 mark though!
awesome.. thats great! i didnt want to rain on your parade, glad to see you beat that milestone regardless of hubs stats errors.
...a lot of people tend to not notice that analytics can be changed to todays date...its set to default to the day before, i never really notice a lag in stats with analytics or adsense..i also use integrated stats programs in my WP sites, i dont see much of a discrepancy between them.
by pinappu 6 years ago
How much earning can be expected from per 1000 visitors in HubPages?HubPages is an excellent platform for making money by submitting articles or videos. With the arrival of the HP Ads how much money can anyone make per 1000 visitors ? What is the potential ?
by Ultimate Hubber 8 years ago
Habee now has 1000 FANS!!! Congratulations Habee!!
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by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
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by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 5 years ago
is that a reasonable number of views or is it too weak as a hubber?
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