So far, my most successful hub is one that is called "Bruce Lee's Philosophy of Jeet Kune Do." I measure that based on the amount of traffic and it's quality. It has earned more traffic than any of my other hubs and I consider it to be one of my best anyway.
However, that may change. I am starting to branch out by writing poems and short stories, and they are doing very well and much better than I expected.
Success in money - Getting Paid to Be a Foster Parent - State by State Guide
Success in comments - 10 Questions for Christians
Success in feedback - Moving Forward After Incest
For me the success I get at HP comes in many forms. It's just as enjoyable to have a hub receive over 300 legit comments as it is to get a hub that does awesome with google.
I tend to go for creative hubs, reviews and recipes. By far my most successful traffic wise is 10 Bird Poems which has had 6,000 + views.
The dos and don'ts of zombie apocalypse planning: part one. It's not just important to have a plan, but to have the perfect plan!
My two highest traffic hubs: How to Cure Warts, Moles, and Skin Tags with Castor Oil, and Cure Plantar Warts with Oil of Thyme.
My most successful hub is "What Makes a Woman Good in Bed?"
It was written almost 3 years ago and just about every week it still gets the most views!
I think you're onto something with this! Next up: 5 Most Common Sexual Fetishes. If I don't beat you to it.
They'll delete it! I already tried one on foot fetishes a couple years ago. Kept it tasteful and made it a "how to" understand your husband's fetish type of thing and they still ended up deleting it. They're no fun! It had great views in those months
My most successful hub is: Zen Emptiness is Enlightenment. It has attracted thousands of people from all over the world. I believe it is because people desire freedom. Most people don't realize that the suffering and hurts that they experience daily are totally unnecessary. This hub has the power to instantly liberate anybody, even if they are not Buddhist. It only requires a change in understanding. Peace and bliss is available at every moment. I was happy to share the information.
A hub I wrote in answer to a question about how often you should colour your hair! It was selected as a Rising Star by the hub community, and still represents over half of my total views! The same thing has happened on my youtube channel, where one hair product review has over half my total viewing figures. Who would have thought it?
by David 470 7 years ago
I made a video game hub that I published in early December 2010. This hub went viral (to an extent). It started to receive 1000 views a day. The views would change a bit between 650-1000, but 1000 was the peak. Even once the Google Panda came in Feb., it still got 100+ views. Today, it is receiving...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
Are comments a reliable indicator of success of a hub?Do comments received represent how successful a hub is? Is it a good and reliable indicator of a successful hub? When is it a good indicator? I just think that there might be a relationship between the comments and success (as measured by level...
by Liam Hallam 6 years ago
We're (almost) all in the hubpages game for traffic and money. What do you class as a successful hub for you? How many views a day, month, year? Or is it when a hub makes a certain amount of money?And what about amazon and eBay?Or does something else mean to you a hub is a success?It'd be great to...
by Brie Hoffman 4 years ago
I'm just curious.
by Jason Ponic 5 years ago
How many views has your most successful hub reached?
by Lena Welch 6 years ago
How do you judge whether you have a successful hub or not?When my hubs are first published I look for at least one or two google hits in the first week. How do you judge your success and predict the future of your new hubs?
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