Which article did you publish that got the most page views and were you surprised it did so well?
What was the topic you wrote, and were you fairly new when you wrote it, or a "seasoned" vet on hubpages?
Mine is a top ten music list that I published about six weeks after I started writing at HubPages. I had no idea that it would do so well, and it was a really quick write. Some of the Hubs I'm the proudest of haven't done so well. I've only been here since April, so I'm not really a seasoned anything yet.
In my first account, the hub about anime wallpapers did very well. It has an average of 100 views per day. It shocked me since it only took me a few hours to create that hub as compared to the others which usually consumes my whole day from conceptualization to the actual writing.
It would be interesting to break down the demographics of each article written. Age, geographic location, sex, etc. I would assume anime falls within a paticular age group. Thanks for sharing, very interesting!
I think you're really good at this. I'm actually a programmer/video editor so I'm a newbie when it comes to SEO. I'm just surprised how some of my hubs turned out really well. Thank you for the tips and have a great day!
by Poppy 21 months ago
One of my game guides gets 100 views a week, even though the game came out in 2014. When I wrote it, I didn't really think it'd do as well as it is. Have any of your articles done surprisingly well?
by Dale Hyde 7 weeks ago
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by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
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by glendoncaba 9 years ago
I usually average 40 to 50 page views per day for all my hubs combined. On a good day might go up a bit. As the hubs age I have been seeing some improvement but nothing to write home about.I checked this evening and I saw over 50 page views for the following hub, which has made my...
by MountainManJake 5 years ago
How many page views do you get a day?I just want an overall idea of the average.
by Jinesh07 7 years ago
HiI have been at HubPages for about a month now and I have written 6 Hubs, but I'm having trouble getting views. Any help or tips on how to get more views would be much appreciated! Here's a link to my profile so if you could read one and give me some feedback that would be really...
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