Which one of your hubs has the most views?
Why do you think that is? Is it the same hub that has the most comments?
My most popular hub is one that I deem as being very silly, it is about a boy band called Mindless Behavior. I did it over a year ago when they were just starting out and they are quite huge now. Little girls and teens love them. I get so many comments on the hub from then talking about how cute they are, blah blah blah.
It's not a piece of literary genius, but sometimes you are the first to write something on someone and it gets ranked #1 and you get tons of hits. So I'll take it. Plus the comments are extremely cute and funny.
The Hub that has the most views is Top Ten Unrequited Love Songs, and it's given me almost 1/4 of my total views. The one with the most comments (which also includes my replies) is I Made a Dollar! Party Time! Excellent! I wrote that the first day that I earned $1 on HP. Most of the Hubs that I write that are related to HP get higher numbers of comments because they're of more value to the people on HubPages. Most folks surfing in from Google don't usually leave comments.
My most read hub isn't one I would have chosen, rather an intellectual piece I wrote for a master's class. I think it's kinda dry reading.
My most viewed hub is about how to make miso soup. It has over 10,000 views but doesn't have the most comments out of all the hubs. I have no idea why it is my most viewed hub. Also don't get why not that many comments on it. Very puzzling for me.
One of my least favorites gets the most views. It's called "Imperial Bureaucrats: Origins of Nobility". It accounts for roughly 25% of all of my views. I don't know why people read it. It has very few comments. It covers that sliver of time between when the Roman Imperial military controlled Europe without an emperor and when the German nobles started adopting the Roman military ranks as their permanent hereditary titles. I compare it to modern times and it gets preachy at the end. I don't like it. My most-commented essay is on the origins of how many people came to be American citizens: by right, by immigration, by emancipation, by annexation, or by conquest. I note how they are alike and how they are different. I didn't quite get that one right either.
Hello Jesse. I see that as a big question. Let me share. I measure total hubs viewed or Hubpages calls that Ever. That is a hub about a natural garden and healing with only 1122 views since May of 2011. The Highest average by month is a hub on How to easily create an Excel spreadsheet for hubs at 80 views per month. And, the highest Trend Setting Hub I have is about creating a Holiday Christmas Season Hub market plan with a view ratio of 2.7:1 or it is viewed 2.7 time a month more than the average month views. I explain more at my profile. The hub with the most comments = 44 ÷ 2 = 22 persons commenting is about smiling and health. (remember I commented too, so divide by 2, too, whoo-whoo, I think I can, I think I can - LOL
Have a great day Jesse . . .
It was one of my first hubs. It was about the anniversary of Spam--the stuff you eat, not the junk in your mail box. I think I picked up more followers with that single hub than any other hub, and it is still getting views every week, nearly a year after it was first published. It was a non-serous subject, with a little humor and after being on the Hub for more than a year, I think a good change of pace about politics, religion, elections, etc.
My hub with the highest number of page views is "What to do when your dog bites someone"; i wrote it quickly when someone called me up and asked me what to do. It is certainly not the hub I spent the most time writing or putting together, and it is not the hub that I would want to represent my site, but I guess a lot of people need that sort of advice. It has had plenty of comments, many of them disagreeing with my advice.
It's interesting that most people say their most popular hubs are not the ones they are most proud of. You did something right! Thanks for answering!
Thanks Jesse. I was actually hoping to see this many views for my hub on composting dog waste, as I feel that is a vital topic and something that will help the environment, but as of yet it is not happening.
Did you try putting in more tags? I have no idea how to get traffic, but I create one mean list of tags in hopes that it'll help.
I had to go check; it has ten tags but I think maybe it is not searched enough. 0 views today, 2 views this week. All the tags are about dog waste/dog poo/etc, do you think they should be more general, like just about composting?
I would definately put 'composting' as tag! People who are interested in composting might like to know that. It's worth a shot right?
My hub with the most views is "Atlantis Quest - Uncovering the Secrets that Prove Plato Right."
I think it has to do with the keywords and hot "button" words like "uncovering," "secrets," "prove" and "right." Also, "Atlantis quest" is a fairly warm keyword, because there is a game by that name and it pulls a fair amount of traffic. Plus, I have a friend who has a website by that name: http://www.AtlantisQuest.com.
As for comments, this hub is my #10. I have a number of hubs which are far more controversial on the topics of religion and political conspiracies.
I love history, myths and unraveling mysteries. I can't seem to get "into" commercial topics, so I might not make any money at this.
My hub with the most views ever is "What I Think About My Genie Bra and Pajama Jeans | Reviews | Where to Buy Them." I always thought it was odd. It used to get a very steady stream of views, but since the Penguin update it's drastically reduced. It has very few comments.
My hubs with the most comments are my craft hubs. "How to Craft Beautiful Easter Egg Ornaments You Can Keep Forever" and "Warning: Read This Before You Attempt to Build a Gingerbread Village from a Kit"
The hub that has received the most views for me is about stock market games for iphone and ipad and the second most viewed hub for me is about mango float dessert. Those two hubs account for about 25% of all my views for the life of my account at this point. Great question. It has been interesting reading the other responses on this question.
Great question. Mine is "More Creepy Mysteries", the second installment of a trilogy of "creepy mysteries" hubs I wrote. The other two also rank in my top ten, but that one has really struck a chord for some reason.
A lot of my hubs are going pretty good as of right now for only writing for around a month now, my hub You are the key to your own success has my top views but was also my first hub, my new hub i think will pass it in the long run But my views are picking up a lot for a newcomer
My hub that has the most views is Acupressure, the pressure points therapy. In fact, I never expected it to really forge ahead by a big margin and remain so after almost 1 year. I've found that the hubs one most expects to do just ok outperform hubs one thinks would do very well. Another one, on 'Jamun' is doing even better but has lesser views as it is a more recent hub.
At the beach is one of my hubs that has the most number of views. I ahve no idea why that it is, porbably lots of people love to read it.
No it is not the same hub that has the most comments.
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