Looking for fellow hubbers to share their best practices on how to get 100 views per day.
I have several hubs that are consistently on Google's front page. Example:
For keyword "Freelance Sites"
http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-5-Freelance … r-Services
Despite of this, it never achieved 50 views in a day. I have read some hubbers telling others that they are getting 150 views in one of thier hubs. How did they do it?
Hope you can share. Thanks
well I did it I suspect by being new and using facebook, I'm guessing a bunch of people I knew felt obligated to at least come in and look around once. hubbers too
I believe it was about 600/650 views.
I average around 125-225 a day-sometimes less, sometimes more.
Right now I'm averaging about 6200 pageviews per day, with my best Hub pulling down over 1000 of those by itself.
All I can say is that you have to write about things that a lot of people want to read about and do it in a way that Google likes.
My personal best was a single Hub that got just over 30,000 views in one day when the topic was running super hot.
30,000 in a day! now that's cool.
I'll work for that. Thanks
Relache, what is the avg time that elapses before a new hub of yours reaches these numbers?
There's no average time, mostly because my Hubs don't overall hit these sorts of peaks.
One Hub gets draws about 1/5 of my daily traffic, then a few more earn about half of the main draw, but that stuff adds up.
Much like the experience of other Hub authors, I've got a small percentage of Hubs that draw down the bulk of my traffic. I do have to say I have almost no Hubs which don't get at least a few daily views.
I only have one hub that gets more than 100 page views. Often it averages about 200 per day and peaks at 300 per day depending on my ranking for that day. When I hit top 3 its about 300 hits per day.
All I can say for how I did it was by picking the right keywords that gets a lot of searches was key. I did no keyword research for this hub.
It was actually my very first hub that I made when I came here so I was just trying to learn the hubpages ropes.
While it is making me a little bit of money it is nothing to brag about by any means. If I can stay up near the top 5 on Google it does seem to be a good evergreen topic.
"Haiti Earthquake Facts" currently #5. Average ranking between #3 & #8 on Google. #1 - #2 on Yahoo
I try not to focus too much on what "one" hub does on any given day. I simply focus on getting my overall views up.
My best performing hub is just over 4000 views all-time. It averages about 50-100 views(now) a day.
However, my hubs have seen upwards of 1200 views in a day total.
I've reached my 6 month mark and broke 37,000 views all-time.
On average, the total of my hubs average about 400+ per day.
I'm getting about 3700 page visits a day at the moment.
I found a great niche though. 14 of my pages (in the same niche) get about 3300 page views by themselves - the other 169 hubs get the other 400 pages between them!
My all time high is 70 views in one day, which occurred this week. for one hub it was about 25 in one day
okay ... I thought I was doing pretty good until I read this thread. LOL
Back to the dang drawing board...
I'm getting over 1000 per day and lotsa clicks latley like mc donalds I'm lovin it
almost 40 and this hub was only just published last night!
May hap I hit a good one
Hey that would be cool!
I do wonder how it will do in time, I find that many of my hubs get views from fans first then the traffic drops for a bit then starts to grow again as the search engines decide they like the hub in question
Or the traffic falls and stays dead
Tho thats not something that happens much anymore, guess I am improving
Yup - yer improvin best wishes for tons of $$$ in the days to come
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