Just wondering why my hub views seem to go up slowly and some hubs may not get a google view for a couple weeks then slowly start getting them and they increase bit by bit. These aren't seasonal hubs... do they move slowly up the SERP or what?
There's no one answer for this, as individual Hubs written by various people on mixed subjects which are then promoted to greater and lesser degrees will all show different patterns of traffic growth.
The most important thing, in my Hub experience, is to start collecting and watching your own data and results. The only reliable benchmarks and goals are going to be the ones you set for yourself. Try different things and see what works best for you and what you are writing. Then duplicate those methods on Hubs that don't seem to be performing as well.
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