What was the topic of your most popular hub?
As a new hubber I am seeing odd results for my hubs. The ones that I felt would be the most popular were not and the ones that I thought would be light traffic hubs---had great numbers. I am looking to maximize my views and my money!!
No kidding. I wrote an essay called "Imperial Bureaucrats: Origins of Nobility" that I now think is rubbish and I would like to take it down. But it has six times as many views as my essay with the second-highest amount of traffic. I don't know who's looking at that essay, but it's my most popular for whatever reason.
My most popular hub to date had to do with my eBay niche. It's entitled, Selling Old Collectible Vintage Art Print Ads on eBay. One of the HP tools suggested I add certain key words to the title, which was originally much shorter and, in my opinion, better...but writer's prerogative isn't always synonymous with the high tech magic of key words. Honestly, I don't use that tool anymore. Even though my hubs aren't doing as well as those of other Hubbers, what comes from my heart and head is more important to me than trying to comply with some computerized algorithmic structure. I'm old school that way, and I believe in the karma of organic versus hyper-fertilized growth.
Okay....That is awesome! I never would have imagined to write about that let along have it be a popular hub! Kudos to thinking outside of the box!
Thank you so much May. I was just drinking one and thought Hmmmm. lol
At the moment I get most traffic for a Bird Poems hub, which is pleasing and surprising. As most of my hubs are 'impractical' I'm really inspired when I get visits to what are my own creations or studies.
I like to experiment. Back in the summer I wrote a few sporty hubs for an international event here in Europe and those hubs did quite well, catching the surf as they say. But now I've settled down and want to concentrate on evergreen subject titles.
I do not know that much about keywords. I tend to just write, put simple links on and hope for the best. Not very scientific I admit, but it suits me at this moment in time.
I was about to answer one particular hub, but I thought I'd better take another look -and it has changed! Though I'll give two answers cause there were two ways to look at it:
Currently scoring highest:
"Addition: The Beginning" - the first page or 2 of a new story/book I'm working on about an addict. Hmmm, I'm quite happy about that really! (This one had been a hub about Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass until today!)
"Biblical Homosexuality 2 - Leviticus The Moral Code" - which makes sense, given the conversations I tend to have with people who have biblical reasons for their homophobia, or...to use a less "distasteful' word - dislike for homosexuals.
My most popular hub till date as per the page views is: "Saving the energy saving the earth- 15 ways to save energy" I'm glad that it is getting good score and many views.. Interesting question..
My top hub was on unemployment and close behind making and saving money.
by Mom Kat 6 years ago
What's the topic of the hottest hub you have?I'm not looking for everyone to give a link to their personal hubs here. I would just like to know what topic your best hub falls under. Which one is ranked the highest, gets the most traffic, & if this matches the overall...
by Lizam1 6 years ago
What is the highest number of views you have ever had and what was the topic?Did that traffic spill over onto your other hubs. Do you choose to write more about that one topic?
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
I was just wondering what hubbers considered as "good traffic" to one of your hubs? Some of my hubs only get a handful of reads a week, while others get consistently 75-100 reads a day. After looking at my hubs I think that getting 25-50 reads a day is decent. My hub topics vary greatly -...
by Laryssa 5 years ago
What would you qualify as "good traffic" is it 100 views? 1000 views? 10,000 views?
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I hear people talking all the time about hubs that produce good readership, but I know this number differs for many. In your case, how many views per month do you think is good for any given article? Just curious.
by Poppy 2 years 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?
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