Last night I noticed the page views for one of my recipe hubs had risen dramatically. Usually I get 10 hits a day. This morning 200 people were hungry for chicken burgers:)
Well I noticed I published a month ago, now it's on page 1 of Google, Great Stuff!
Congratulations - hope people stay hungry for chicken burgers!
The international wildlife company WACBANS has announced that they are petitioning search engines to have All reference to processed chicken products removed.
If you check... you will probably see that WACBANS are responsible for the extra views.
WACBANS stands for:
the Wildlife Against Chicken Burgers And Nuggets Society
Viva La Poulet.
WACBANS are petitioning for the chicken to be removed from the growth hormones, so you can just have the growth without the chicken ...
Congrats on so many visits that is really cool.
WACBANS...now that is funny!
Of course you know there is a movement from the Cow Community encouraging more people to eat chicken instead of well....beef.
I've had a sizable increase in traffic to several of my recipe hubs. I'm thinking this is somehow related to the upcoming HP contest. My pasta hub, which is one of my oldest hubs, went from about 10 a day to almost 300. At first it looked like the traffic was an equal distribution from google, yahoo and "other". Now it is clearly showing as being mostly hubpages traffic.
BTW, I'm seeing you as page 2 on google for "chicken burgers".
Ah, the power of a niche market -- chicken burgers, hmm? Now you ought to set up a little web site with recipes, chicken news and see how Google Adsense does on it. Probably not much with eBay for chicken auctions, though.
One of my highest traffic Hubs on top tier gasoline did nothing for 8 months and all of a sudden picked up traffic, Adsense clicks, and has stayed consistent with traffic for the past year.
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
Yep, it's me again. Today was another milestone for me because I hit 200,000 page views. What is interesting about this is that it took me two years to get my first 100,000 but only 8 months to get another 100,000. Just as important is the fact that I started using Amazon Ads with...
by gorilla24 6 years ago
What is the most views you have had on one of your hubs in 1 day?I got 200 views on one of my hubs in 1 day...I was very excited. I know this is nothing compared to all the great writers on hubpages but I'll have to admit, it did feel good!
by ramesh 10 years ago
i am so happy today to see that i got 200 fans.i think its a great achievement for me as 200 is n't a small number of hubbers liking my hubs..
by icv 2 years ago
Total hits to my hubs reached 2,00,000. I took 3 years and 1 month...
by Kari Poulsen 9 years ago
Congratulations badcompany! I see you have 200 fans!
by Lgali 8 years ago
Congratulation to dingdong For 200 hubs
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