Is having 90 views with only starting a week ago good?
I haven't even set up Adsense or started an affiliate program yet. I was pretty shocked when I logged on today and my views almost trippled over night.
So I'm wondering if that's normal or pretty good considering I've only been here a week? I've posted 4 hubs and 3 are pending.
Congratulations! and welcome to Hubpages Ashlie. Well for me, 90 views is a very good score for anyone who is starting here at Hubpages. My advice is to keep up with your good work and hopefully you will achieve more than that. Good luck and keep up the good work.
Have a promising future .maintain quality ,uniqueness and frequency .
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