Quite often hubbers say that to earn more by hubs you should have significant amount of traffic coming towards your hub. What does this quality or significant amount of traffic mean?
Have a really good look at your question
I believe you may well have answered it yourself!
Traffic should be comiing in from other sites and search engines done with leaving your HP links sprinkled around the WWW. Hope that helps.
I mean is it related to the number of profile views? If yes then what number of profile views one must attain to say that the traffic is good?
2) what is good traffic will vary depending on the topic of the Hub.
Quality traffic might only be a little if a Hub deals with a narrow niche topic, but absolutely is the best resource out there. The broader and more represented a topic, the harder it is to get quality traffic. Quality deals no just with page views, but whether or not visitors stay and read your Hub or click on any links.
A lot of "look-see" traffic isn't necessarily quality.
Getting good $ will depend on potential $ of the ad, # of people who click on that one ad and THAT depends on how many people you bring to your site every day...without breaking TOS of adsense. very into your $ huh?
by Hollie Thomas 6 years ago
At the beginning of December my traffic was down by around 60%. My hubs were in the same position in the SERPs as they had been previously, so the whole situation was rather odd. Today however, my traffic is up to pre December levels and climbing. Anyone else experiencing a surge in traffic?
by Shasta Matova 5 years ago
I've been on HubPages for over a year now. I have written 253 hubs (I deleted some) and just recently passed the 100,000 views mark. I think I should have more views by now considering the number of hubs and the amount of time I spend here. I know it is more about quality than quantity,...
by Haunty 7 years ago
I've just noticed that traffic on one hub went from pretty much nothing to over 100 views in the past 24 hours. I went to investigate and found that I had 84 hits from haunty.hubpages.com. What might be the reason?
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
As fast as I'm trying to fix up hubs that are unfeatured, the problem isn't that there is something wrong with them, but that they are being unfeatured as a result of lack of traffic. Isn't this short sighted? Some topics just don't get that much traffic. It's not because they are badly written,Is...
by Jimut Dhali 5 years ago
I recently seen a hubber, he posted 2 hubs and got aver 10k views, but I have seen many hubbers not getting that number of views by writing 30 hubs. Usually by posting above 70 high quality hub, that much views can be reached. But his hub was not even of 500 words. How it is possible? I want...
by Andrew Petrou 11 days ago
I've had a significant long term spike in hub views but with no corresponding significant rise in "earnings".How much traffic is needed in order to start earning say a few hundred dollars per month??
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