I've never believed the power of social networking before. But just before a day i tried it out and I've got nearly 1300 visits to one of my hub followed by 400+ the next day and now its nearly 220 today. Wow!!
Share your experience with Social networking please.
Wow.... Wow is right!!
Mine had lovely brown eyes and socially hacked me with a horrible STD (Socially Transmitted Datafcuk) hidden behind the photos that she sent me!!
Glad for ya! I wished can get such traffic too
It's not that hard friend. I just spent a few hours with that as a test and it worked. But adsense revenue was not that impressive. Just 6$
Best experience of social networking sites resulted in around 400,000 views over three days. Wow!
Surely that is a daily decline? Doesn't sound like a great achievement to me.... get loads of traffic, and fail to maintain it. Wouldn't be worth my time in all fairness.
I'm tempted to say baloney, but I'll say bullhonkey instead.
There are billions of sites submitted each day to social networking sites. However I'm not a huge fan of them for several reasons:
•They don't bring (m)any adsense or amazon clicks.
•Generally a submission will sink or just never get any views at all.
•The backlinks are usually nofollow making them worthless.
•I'd rather spend my time on something that will increase my traffic over time instead of one hit wonders.
What did you do? Just shared your hub amongst your friends or what? Because that's a heck of traffic. I'd like to get that much too
I would trade 1000 visits directly from social networking or bookmarking for 10 search traffic visitors.
So here is the important question:
1000 visitors equaled:
How many clicks?
How many sales?
Please excuse my question if your only purpose is to share your writing - but your avatar picture made me think otherwise.
2000 untargetted viewers who dont convert for your advertisers is a sure way to drop you ebay/adsense earnings for a couple of days
I am not sure I trust this post. Go look at his hubs - two on SEO but he writes here as though he just discovered it? Seems fishy. And the avatar/icon says a different message too.
Its great for the ego to see that much traffic, so congrats.
But the key is getting stable traffic over a long period of time. So I would take 200 views a day over a six month period, mostly from Google, over 1000 is a day from Stumbleupon or something. The google traffic brings clicks, comments, etc.
But it means you are out there and that deserves a hardy pat on the back. Congrats.
That is awesome, be proud and do it again I am happy for you!
It's not that hard to believe guys. I made a hub on xbox games a while back and submitted it to a gaming social bookmarking site. It received about 1000 hits the first day, followed by good numbers for a few more days after.
That being said I wish I didn't do it. It skewered my stats on HubPages and now I have nice looking hump every time I look at the graph on my profile page. Would rather just get 1000 hits the old fashioned way - find a very, very nice niche.
It is not the numbers, it is the post and his icon and his profile. It looks like someone with some other motive.
Definitely its some one with some other motive. But 1000 visits is not a fishy message lol. That hub has got a total of 3000+ views now. You may check my profile and see the hubpages badge thanks.
Also I believe that every one here has got a motive or aim isn't it?
It just seemed odd to me that your post here sounded like some newbie just discovering social networks and yet your profile and hubs indicated someone with some experience. It was that incongruity that bothered me.
Social bookmarking brings a short span of low value traffic, occasionally in large numbers. However it fades quickly and nothing remains.
I hardly ever social bookmark anymore.
Am I wrong here or do you need 75 profile score to have you hubs displayed in the search engines.Just saying.
Incorrect. Hub/author score will in no way effect earnings or views.
The only thing the score does:
1. Authorscore - a minimum of 75 to make any outgoing links into dofollow links.
2. Hubscore - a minimum of 40 to make any outgoing links into dofollow links.
The only problem is that this type of traffic is short-lived, so it benefits you maybe for a day or two. I agree with what WryLilt and Sunforged said earlier...
@beinghappy4ever Say you been around here for 14 months, and have 14 hubs. Something is fishy...
by Misha 11 years ago
I guess I just made it a reality. Anybody dares to beat the record?
by Pooja Sharma 10 years ago
Are you promoting your site through social networking sites? If yes then what you feel it works?
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
HubPages is considered a social networking sites, so views that come from it have less value than others. I am wondering if the same is true of the niche sites. Are they considered to be social networking sites also?
by StitchTheDamned 9 years ago
I am so so happy right now! My total views have finnally climbed to over 1,000 and one of my Hubs has been selected as a Rising Star. I've been steadily working on improving my Hubs and apparently it is working! How excited were you to hit 1,000 views?
by monicapeterson001 12 years ago
Have you encountered Koobface? It's a virus that targets the social networking sites specially Facebook and Myspace. Once your computer is infected, there will be a pop-up that prevent you from using your computer. You can get it from a "cool video" sent through the central messaging...
by Kay Mitchell 10 years ago
What social media/social networking sites do you use?Do you write on pages other than Hubpages? What sites are you currently active in and how do you prioritize them? Do you prefer some to others? I am currently active in Blogger, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.
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