I have got 290 plus visitors in first 3 weeks. So what about you? considering christmas month, do you feel it is fine.
I think that is good although I can not remember my traffic that far back.
About 490 for me, but it's all internal traffic, so I'm on practically zero now after people have lost interest. Not worried about it though
Well, I really cannot answer this question, because I haven't been tracking my results, but have been watching tho. I'm happy to say that considering I am not advertising my Hubs anywhere and I'm not really linked up with backlinks.
I have managed to draw close to 5500 views in my 3 months. I'm not sure what a solid goal would be, but I do know that my traffic has steadily increase each month. In the first month, I managed to publish almost 35 Hubs and reached my goal of 40, to get the ball rolling, before I laid out more Hubs.
I can only guess that 290 for you is good, considering you have only 5 Hubs. I have one Hub, which has reach 1000 views. Is that good for 3 months? I don't know. Who is to say?
Sorry, I couldn't be much help.
I would say that 10 views per day per hub as an average can be considered 'good' so lets say that I had 200 hubs to make it easy.... I would consider 2000 page views per day to be good, which is circa 60000 per month.
I actually get 5000-6000 page views per day, so between 25-30 per day per hub. The key to this is building up backlinks. Instead of thinking 'is 290 views good' think 'i want those same hubs to get 600 views in the next 3 weeks'....
In three weeks i got over 600 views with 9 hubs. I think it depends on how many hubs you have, what type of hubs and the quality of them. The more hubs the more views.
No, it depends on keywords and backlinks. They are the only two things that matter.
Thank you ryankett for your reply. I think the process of backlinks and keywords is a painful process than writing an article.
DogSiDaed,G Miah I think we need to take this advice.
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