Remove the last 3 zeros.... But still remaining numbers are unique in their own way...
I am averaging about 3,000 views daily, and about 7,000 slide-show views daily.
I fall between the 40-90 visits per day range. Nothing spectacular, but still enough to sell some stuff via Amazon.
Seems so far away for me. If I hit 50 thats a good day. I have received much help from fellow Hubbers on how to increase traffic but as yet, no luck. Hope I am doing what they say and not messing up somewhere. Anyway, God Bless all you 10,000 view per day Hubbers.
About 15000 on an average day, think my biggest day was 18000, I never get less than 11000 in a day now...
Aiming for an average of 20000 within the next month to be honest...
Sir, Please give me the short detail about your journey on hubpages....
18000 readers a day!! Unbelievable!! I never imagine that this is possible. I am indeed very naive in this internet environment.
Shall be learning from you.
I suppose these readers came from Google search.
I'm getting 300+ a day, but half of that is down to a rather cheeky opportunistic hub that I expect to die a natural death in the next 2 weeks.
I was holding out for this 'maturing' malarky - but beginning to think it is an HP myth. For the next few months I'm still concentrating on learning, not earning. I do most of my learning by stalking Cagsil and Ryankett
500'ish a day. But it's mostly for the hubs I made for actresses who starred in comic books, sci-fi or fantasy movies.
Not exactly 10K, but about 8-9K on an average day lately. The real question is how much money you manage to squeeze out of these views
Wow! I'm not even close. But that's a good goal for me to try to reach.
by SpaceShanty 5 years ago
Is 10,000 views in six months good?I have been writing on Hubpages for a about six months now with about 10 Hubs and have almost hit the 10,000 views mark, in your opinion is this good or have you had more success?
by SpaceShanty 5 years ago
I'm rally excited that in about two and half weeks I will be awarded a 10,000 views Accolade! A massive thank you to all my followers and visitors to my Hub! Merry Christms!
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
How long did it take you to get to 10,000 views?It took me 4 months and 3 weeks. Just wondering if that's about average, if there is such a thing.
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
I see I got a medal for 10,000 views - I would have got it earlier if I had not deleted all those Hubs - still better late than never - is 10,000 good My Blogs are also performing strong if 10,000 is strong
by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
Is there nothing between 10,000 views and 1,000,000?It would be such a boost to show our hubs have been viewed 50,000 times or 100,000 times. Or does that sound far too egocentric? If so, apologies : )
by Steve Andrews 4 years ago
What a wonderful surprise I have just had. I have just discovered that my hubs have been viewed a total of 1 million times!
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