how many page views per day does your best hub gets? I understand that most of you may be having several best hubs. I am just curious how many pages can a best written hub get
My best gets an average of 200 to 300 views per day. My #2 gets roughly 100 to 200 per day. Neither are my top money makers though.
I am sure that those are relatively low numbers compared to other hubbers, but I am interested in seeing other responses as well.
My best has at one stage got over 1000 views a day but has slipped to around 550 a day with my next 2 at around 2-250 a day.
I'm dead jealous! My best one currently gets anything from 20-60 views a day. But it's not a very good earner, worse luck.
I have a couple that run in the 50-60 views a day range.
I just recently deleted 3 hubs, due to the fact that they were unchangeable and were not allowed ads.
I have eliminated 5 hubs total due to those reasons in the last month. Each were high traffic hubs.
Daily views aren't a very good statistical metric, as they can vary wildly. Looking at monthly performance gives you a much better idea of how a Hub is drawing traffic.
The stats page gives you a summarized rundown of how Hubs across the entire site are performing in terms of views per month.
I have several in the 10,000+ group, and several dozen in the 1,000+ group.
I don't optimize my Hubs for trends or SEO. Some of my Hubs will get 100 views in a day, most won't. I'd love to know the secret to better traffic, but meanwhile, I learn as I go. Like Irohner, I'm interested in others' experiences.
Using Relache's recommendation at looking at the monthly views, I have 3 hubs that fall into the 1000 views a month range.
Over the 300+ hubs I have, I average 800-1000 views a day. That will nearly double in the fall though. My fall seasonal hubs generate far more traffic than my evergreen hubs.
Surely the ctr is more important than the monthly views, I get 3,000 views a day but the ctr is only <snipped - AdSense policy violation to disclose CTR> so I can only praise yieldbuild.
I have a couple with between 50-100 views a day but again, not high earners!
I only have two in the Hubs with 10,000+ hub views in the last month category, but 76 in the Hubs with 1,000+ hub views in the last month!
That sounds good on the surface, but that means I have 177 Hubs that need help.
What is it that you do to get that many views? I started only 3 weeks ago, have had 94 look at one of mine so far . would love to improve on that !
SEO, Time, picking a good subject.
There are a ton of Hubs that tell you how to improve your Hubs.
Just search for terms like traffic, page views, SEO, you'll get lots of info here.
One thing about Hub Pages is people are very helpful.
don't be so greedy! (jk)
I've been here 4 months and my top for the past month has had 53 views....
oh well, the most important thing is doing what I enjoy.
I guess I'm not really comprehending on how to make hubpages work for me. I have been on 8 months and my top hub gets under 50 views per month. Only 7 in the last 30 days. Maybe its my writting that is falling short, but I dont know. I am considering backing out of hubpages completely.
I haven't been writing for long, but mine (outside of those only a few days old) range from 44 to 103, mostly around 80, for the month. Only one of them have a full month of exposure, though.
I do note that of those with high views, all are veterans of many months and all have quite a few hubs. Both, I would think, are expected prerequisites, or nearly so, for high page views. It takes time to "get the word out" and the more hubs the more chance of hitting a good one that people like.
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
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by CZCZCZ 7 years ago
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How many views do most people get on their hubs?
by Jasmine 5 years ago
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by umar.shehzad 7 years ago
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by Christin Sander 7 years ago
Approximately how many page views per month to aim for if we want to hit payout every month?I know it will vary based on content and such most likely, if people click your ads for example you'll get a higher payout with eBay etc. but on average, how many page views per month do you think is a good...
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