How many views altogether in a 2 week period is considered good for a newby on hubpages?
It depends entirely on how many hubs you have written. I saw somewhere that a good level of traffic for a hub is considerd to be more than 50 views a month, but you won't start to see significant views until Google has crawled it which can take up to three weeks. For my own hubs, I consider 100 + views a month to be good and some (but not all) will achieve that in the first month.
by CONSCIOUSNINJA7 years ago
I joined HubPages just over a week ago, and I have achieved over 200 views. Keeping in mind I have no SEO knowledge whatsoever, and hardly know about keywords, I think this is pretty good, but i may be wrong...Can...
by lyricsingray8 years ago
It will obviously vary given the length of time one's been here.I for one think my stats are low given length of time and # of HubsIt would be nice to benchmark how other people are doing.I am not asking for your...
by Peeples5 years ago
How many total page views a day is considered good?Is there a number that I should be aiming for?
by Traqqer7 years ago
I know this can range wildly, but what would you say is a good average number of views per hub per week?
by Janis Leslie Evans12 months ago
Happy Sunday everyone. Without stating the title, what is your top article that gets the most views consistently within a 7-day period and how many views on average? (Informational, Creative, Recipe). I ask because it...
by Kmadhav8 years ago
congrats to everyone on this platform and who rated and give good comments on my hubs. This increase my morale to write on HP to write more and more creative hubs on Computer related problems like data recovery from...
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