I'm absolutely sure there are persons who've had a million or more views to an article. Me personally, I've had over a hundred thousand to a couple.
by Kain 360 4 years ago
A couple years ago in 2011, I had a hub on another account that went up to 5000 views rapidly. Eventually it waned to about 1000-1300 views. Now after a couple years it gets about a few hundred views a day astonishingly. Would that hub be defined as "going viral?" I know it's not...
by Beth Eaglescliffe 3 hours ago
Woo-hoo! A million people have read my articles and it feels great.Thanks to HubPages staff for all your hard work keeping this site going. Also thanks to the many hubbers who have given lots of good advice over many years in the forums - especially Bev, Glen, Marissa, and Lobobrandon.
by Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
I'm seeing an uptick in views the past few days, today being the best. I'm wondering if anybody else is having this same thing happen? It's in both subdomains, but in my main one, views have doubled. Almost afraid to like it because it seems odd for my stuff at this time of...
by seanorjohn 5 years ago
This hubber has 10 million views and just 15 hubs. He or she doesn't even bother explainining who /he she/ is on profile page. Writes about stuff like iphones. Are we all missing a trick. Do you think this person could be making serious dosh?
by Kelley Eidem 2 years ago
It could happen in the next 30 to 60 days. A new hub is helping to make it happen a little faster than expected, so the million view mark could happen in as little as 10 days, but only if the new hub maintains its present viewership which is not at all guaranteed.It's taken seven years to approach...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
Like many here, my views pretty much still suck. Yet, my hubber score is high, my CPMs are very high and I even have one hub that is ranked as a 100. I also saw one of my hubs on page one of Google earlier today...sooo...why the low views?
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