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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.
by Abby Campbell4 years ago
On Sunday, I noticed that many of my hubs made the Editor's Choice list. Though I was pleased, I noticed that my views had fallen somewhat. I figured it would take a few days for views to increase since my hubs are no...
by Karen A Szklany5 years ago
I have been thinking about how I can give some of my hubs that receive less traffic more light. On our profiles, we can pick a bunch of hubs that feature in a "gallery" that fades in and out, right under our...
by Distant Mind5 years ago
Why did the views of my hubs drastically go down in the beginning of this month?They peaked and then they went down more than 6 times in a single day. Did Google or HubPages did something in the beginning of this month?
by Holly4 years ago
Am I taking crazy pills, or is there another google update going on, or what? My traffic dropped on 8/8/13 from about 150 views a day to 0-9. My top hub is getting zero every day now. My hub score...
by Dani Alicia3 years ago
Does anyone have a good idea of how many hubs I would need in order to make at least $50 a month through the Hubpages Ad program? 100? 200? Anyone achieved this monetary amount per month yet?
by Christy Kirwan18 months ago
Many people have asked how the new sites are performing so far. The latest Newsletter provides a general overview, but I'd also like to invite Hubbers who have had Hubs moved to discuss your experiences here. Overall,...
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