According to the Alexa Top 500 Global Sites, Hubpages currently sits at 178! As well as 116 in the US!
Those scruffy Squids or whatever they are called are 218th. This makes Hubpages bigger than the following big brand names (online at least):
The Free Dictionary
And many many more!
Way to go HubPages. Us too
See what hard work gets you? Some grumbling and the odd pay check? As for us Hubbers, fun all the way
I credit myself for this success. HP should thank me by paying off my mortgage.
Now is this really surprising?
I personally often search hubs when looking for info on something. With the kind of members we got I am just not surprised, some fantastic writers here! (kinda wish I owned this site )
Exciting news, Ryan. Great that all the hard work that Hubbers have done is reaping rewards.
Very, very cool, but....
I thought I remembered reading that HP was in the top 100. Is the change due to other sites opening up, or was it reported wrong earlier?
People always tell me not to pay attention to Alexa, but do I listen?
by christoss1959 8 years ago
Is there a problem with adsense in Hubpages today?I thought in the afternoon that it was because of the adsense update at that point but still there are no adverts in the hubs I've visited..
by adsensesecrets 9 years ago
what is your most visited hub about?what is your most visited hub about?
by Hui (蕙) 6 years ago
As we all know, if a hub has not been published, we will see a sentence on the top, "this hub has not been published. Only you can see it." However, days ago, when I prepared a hub, but did not publish it, the account information showed a growing number of people who visited it. Until the...
by Chitrangada Sharan 5 years ago
What to do when one of the hubber here has visited one of my hub 52 times and rewritten my hub?This is one of my most successful hubs. The hubber has never commented on my said hub, but has almost rewritten everything from my hub. I got her link from the stats of my hub and was shocked to discover...
by Gable Rhoads 5 years ago
Do you more experienced Hubbers believe writing about controversial topics like politics hurts or help your page traffic? For example, if you disagree with someone's political Hub, will you not visit their other Hubs?
by Eric Dockett 3 years ago
In the blog post about moving away from subdomains Paul referenced comparing HubPages to competitors several times. To me, this indicates HP has identified certain sites as typical of the kind of site HP is attempting to morph into. I ask because I think it would be helpful to have some idea of...
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