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?
I started a couple weeks ago. My most successful article to date is an article about weight loss tips. I published it on the fifth of this month and it has 76 views. I also wrote an album review on the ninth and, and that one has 56 views. I'm not sure if that's "good" or not, but at least they all have decent hub scores. I'm currently writing on a variety of topics to see what works, so I'm not linking them together. I might focus in on doing more album reviews if that hub continues to do well.
My highest views i ever had was hub topic: Top 10 women's day quote at 20,979, views, created on 21-02-2012
http://peachpurple.hubpages.com/hub/Top … Day-Quotes
It may be the highest but not the highest earning. Sigh...
Yes, I wrote on how to celebrate women's day but the views were not high either.
http://peachpurple.hubpages.com/hub/How … Womens-Day
The most views I've ever had in a single day was 200,000 plus. It was on my sighting of the local Big Foot here in Western NC called Knobby. The video and the Hub went viral and it has had a lot of views.
I have a pork chop recipe hub that went viral and it has got several thousand views a day for months now.
I also have some paranormal ones that have had from hundreds of views a day to a few thousand a day.
And I really believe any one can do the same thing I have. You just need to keep trying and it may happen for you.
wow crazyhorseghost. Good for you. That is amazing. I always hope one day that a hub will take off and I know it will. I will check out the hubs you mention.
125,653. The subject was "Unemployment Compensation Information for Claimants." I haven't written another hub on that topic. I keep adding information to it.
For me so far it's my hub about about celebrity divorces and break-ups for 2013. I published it less than a month ago and it's gotten 970 views so far. I have a few other celebrity-related hubs but they haven't performed as well as this one. I aim to write 5-7 hubs per week, so when I'm stuck for inspiration I write about celebrities.
Mine is about anime computer wallpapers. It has 3, 420 total views since it was published last Dec. 25, 2012 (Chirstmas) and an average daily view of 150.
http://dailytop10.hubpages.com/hub/Top- … lpapers-HD
My highest views are 14,879 for African American Natural Hairstyles for Children. I linked this hub to a couple of my other hubs as well. I wrote on this topic about 7 times on Hubpages and blogs.
I've been having difficulty with this aspect, and have been pondering ways to get more traffic. My Hub, Day 4,706 of my Bipolar Life, has had only 206 views over the course of 6+/- months. It's been a featured Hub twice and has inspired some excellent conversation.
I could certainly use some advice on how everyone in this thread has been able to garner so many views. I would love to be able to make money with my Hubs, seeing as how I'm unemployed and I certainly have the time to do it.
My most-popular-but-pitiful-statiscally Hub:
Be patient, my hub views are also nowhere near these amazing stats but there are ways and means such as linking and words as well as your good writing. One day one of your hubs will "fly".
I've had some luck increasing volume on several hubs by commenting on other forums (e.g. NY Times) and posting links to a Hub of mine that's relevant to the topic of the article or Op-Ed I'm commenting on.
by Dawn Michael 8 years ago
I am really curious as to how much one hub can bring in a day? I have one hub that I get an average of 200 views a day but then others where I will get as little as 1?
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 Lgali 9 years ago
For me this is the besthttp://hubpages.com /hub/Hubbers-Here-is-Your-General-2009-Horoscope-Predictions
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by Anthony Goodley 5 years ago
First a disclaimer is in order.I broke the evergreen rule with this approach. I knew it going in and did it anyway. What the hell, sometimes rules are made to be broken. Sometimes a gamble pays off, often it doesn't. I do live in Las Vegas though so it is in my blood! Hubs should be on evergreen...
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
An ongoing topic I've seen over the years I've been on Hubpages is "How do I make my low traffic hubs better."I saw it again today in a Hub Pro thread (if you haven't already, should definitely opt in - it was a fantastic experience.)My best advice to anyone who is writing online is:If it...
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