How many hubs views a month should you aim for?
Not 'As many as possible'
How low should the views per month go before you rework it or unpublish? Are we talking 100s or 50 a month or maybe even 20 a month?
Of course, we want to get as many views as possible. I wouldn't ever delete a featured hub when only a little editing needs to be done. I am satisfied if all of my hubs stay featured and active.
My traffic stands betwteen 5000 and 6000 a month and I wish to make it to 10000/month. It is my whole viewership data and not of a single or a particular one.
For me, I am too new to Hubpages to delete any Hubs based on traffic. I need all the traffic I can get, but I do have a few a Hubs that in the future will probably get axed as they bring in very very little traffic compared to others. I think once I hit 1 year on Hubpages or 20 Hubs, which ever comes first, those low bottom feeder will get revamped or kicked out. I would say a good number to aim for is 30 hits a month, thats one hit a day.
My traffic has an average of 3000 - 4000 per month. By analyzing my hubs statistic, I hope I can improve my hubs more and increase the page views.
I'm new to HubPages too but feel that 1 view per day is selling yourself short; especially if you are writing hubs that feature on the first or second page of Google. Right now, if one of my hubs regularly gets less than 10 hits a day then it needs to be updated. 10 or more then I'm on the right track and will try to apply what's working to the others.
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