Finally! One article written 4 months back has hit the 1001 views mark. I know to some this is rubbish, as far as views are concerned, but I am excited. Yes, I would be more excited if it increased to 1,000 views per month.
Brilliant news and congrats But in view of this thread - http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/49381 - it might be better if you don't tell others here how well your hubs are doing. Thieves might rip it off (thieves amongst us - ie people who can write).
The ones who can't write aren't the problem - believe me, its the ones who can who are causing problems.
The problems seem to be if someone posts that they have a few hubs doing well, or one in particular that is breaking records, even without naming the hubs, it is relatively easy to click on 'hot' or 'best' hubs in their category section to see the hubs that are being talked about.
Then someone can just take their keywords and write a new hub based on the same subject, that is not in any way a copy.
Unless the original writer backlinks the Hell out his hub (and who's to say the copycat doesn't do the same), both hubs are on an even field.
But the greatest loss is to the orginal hub writer, who spent the time doing the keyword research.
well done, nowhere near that myself but hopefully in the next few months!
Good job twenty one days, More hits for you! You ROCK!
Congratulations! Glad your hard work paid off
Cheers to the next 1000
Thank You ladies!
A lot of work, but starting to payoff.
by Poppy 15 months ago
One of my game guides gets 100 views a week, even though the game came out in 2014. When I wrote it, I didn't really think it'd do as well as it is. Have any of your articles done surprisingly well?
by Glenn Stok 4 years ago
I just reached 300,000 views yesterday, May 19th, 2014, on my 101 hubs that are left after I deleted almost half of them a couple of years ago. My decision to remove certain hubs was based on Google's Panda issues back at that time. I really think those hubs were pulling the others down, since the...
by Don Simkovich 6 years ago
I finally wrote 200 hubs and I've surpassed 100,000 page views. My 200th hub linked together many of my hubs pertaining to small businesses. It's gratifying to know I finally reached another milestone. Thanks to the many of you Hubbers who have served as inspiration during my time here.
by rebekahELLE 6 years ago
I usually don't post milestones in the forum, but wanted to share this one with you. Hopefully it will encourage others.I reached 100,000 views sometime in Sept or Oct., 2011 Yesterday or very early this morning I reached 200,000 views - I have 58 hubs.I was amazed to see how many views...
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!
by kmackey32 6 years ago
Is anyone else having this kind of traffic. It is almost all from Google.
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