Last month I had an average per day of just over 500 and this month so far has dropped to 400. But traffic doesn't always convert. One day last month I had 766 views and no adsense clicks or amazon sales.
Currently about 650 a day (on average). The last few weeks have seen some random spikes in traffic thanks to (mainly) organic backlinks on forums that got me over 1000 for a few days so waiting for the dust to settle.
Page views per page or total page views per day? I just signed up for this website lastnight and I have put up a few articles so far and I am finishing up with two more articles now that go right along with the other three and I already have almost 300 total page views, which averages me out to about 100 views per page so far... but it hasn't been a full day yet since posting my first articles this morning.
I already had an adsense account for my own websites before joining hubpages today, so I was able to use the code to get google ads up on my pages right away too and I've made $10.48 in ad revenue so far today with the three articles that I put up... but we will see how much all of these numbers change once I get the other two articles finished before the end of the day.
Seeing that this is my first day on this website, I don't think that's too bad, but it makes me wonder if I'm already doing these numbers now, how much better I will be doing once I'm really established with my articles.
One thing that I don't get though is that I am getting decent hits so far and even some ad revenue, but I don't have a single follower... so how does that work? People are finding my articles, reading them, and just not following yet I guess...?
I went to your profile to see what your articles are like, and I had a few moments of panic when I saw that you wrote "Please click on these links." Then I saw that they were links to articles, not ads. Since you have adsense already, you must know about the strict prohibition against encouraging clicks on ads. But does your encouragement to click on links maybe walk a fine line, by sortof appearing to be like encouragement to click on anything and everything? Would some more knowledgable hubbers check this out and comment?
Website Examinerposted 11 years agoin reply to this
If you have a profitable niche, disclosing this type of information will encourage copy cats and could erode your future earnings. You will also want to be very careful about doing anything that could encourage people to click on your ads, or you could lose your Adsense account.
I now have 15 hubs. I am hitting 300 pageviews per day. 1 of my hubs on FIFA World Cup 2010 is contributing to 70% of the traffic. There rest of it with 13 hubs hitting 3 to 10 pageviews per day and 1 hub with 0 views most of the time. I am worry that when the World Cup is over, so will my traffic...
I hear people talking all the time about hubs that produce good readership, but I know this number differs for many. In your case, how many views per month do you think is good for any given article? Just curious.
What is your average page views per hub that you have written?Trying to learn about people that have lots of hubs posted if you just have a couple that do really well or most get a few page views or day or what?
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-ServicesDespite of this, it never achieved 50...
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