Can someone show me a hub with a lot of views?
Can someone show me an example of a highly viewed hub, so that I can get an idea of what people are looking for.
I'm a fan of cooking and particularly curry so I decided to make a hub about me curry base sauce recipe. It has had quite a few views (although not nearly as many as some of the more popular hubbers hubs). I thought it'd be useful for others and it gained some enthusiastic comments and has a good score, maybe you could write your hub about something you're enthusiastic about that you think would be useful. Here it is http://jgwhite66.hubpages.com/hub/The-P … uce-Recipe
Figuring out the answer to your question is a difficult one. My advice is to write about what you are passionate about and that you are interested in. By all means look at others hubs to learn from them, but going out looking for topics that generate high views is like searching for the Holy Grail, you will spend so long searching you will never start doing.
My advice is to start writing and publishing, follow the Style Tips and Goals when editing your hubs and read all the excellent information here on HubPages in the Learning Centre. Hop some hubs to get an feeling for what makes a great hub. This is what I did when I started. My first hubs were awful and got very low views and low scores. But I kept learning and growing and now have hubs with very high scores that are Editors Choice hubs. Good luck and happy Hubbing!
all of my hubs have pretty high views, i'm at 26 thousand something views total for all of them.
by Ralph Deeds 10 years ago
I reached a major milestone, for me at least, this morning--100,000 page views. It took a lot of hours and a lot of hubs to get there. Not much money but a lot of fun and satisfaction from efforts to make my views known to the world, or at least to my page viewers.
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
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by Jonas 4 years ago
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by Cardia 6 years ago
I know that this is the most asked question here, but I'd still really appreciate it if anybody answered.I've been on Hubpages for about 6 months now, and I've just published my 7th Hub, and I'm starting to write a few more. As of right now, I have 239 total views, and each Hub has roughly 36...
by Jasmine 4 years ago
How many hub views do you get in one day?I currently get around a 100 views a day with 30 hubs. Is that OK?
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
Too funny- my sexy hubbers hub has more views than my other hubs...now I know for sure that sexy does sell....I guess I know what I should be writing about from now on...sexy cats, sexy dogs, sexy???And part 2 of sexy hubbers, that's for sure.This has been great great fun!
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