Nice just updated so I edited this post
If you go to the About Us tab at the bottom of the site you can see it
AS OF OCTOBER 10TH, 2010, THERE ARE
over 1,001,536 PUBLISHED HUBS
over 187,393 PUBLISHED USERS
over 67,752 QUESTIONS
over 150,825 ANSWERS
over 1,255,073 FORUM POSTS
AND 20 STAFF MEMBERS
Congrats writers and staff!
I couldn't resist a little maths:
I am responsible for exactly 0,011% of all HP content. Go me?
Yep- we're really excited about it: http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/11/online … d-per-day/
So many good hubbers... so much good content... yeeee!! Thanks for being a part of it!!!!
And thooghun, that 0.011% is actually quite a LOT O_O
Some days I feel I wrote them all ...
Well done everybody - and thanks for all keeping up with hubbing and spreading the word. I just wish so much good advice from me that people should start hubs didn't fall on deaf or lazy ears
Having over 1 Million hubs is so cool.
congratulation to all the great hubbers and the awesome staffs.
my contribution only 40
like we say when someone reaches their first Adsense paycheck "the next one will come faster!"
I can't get too excited about this one.... having stumbled across entire accounts full of complete crap.
They are difficult to find, seeing as these writers remain anonymous, but I would personally like to see a dozen hubbers employed for a week to delete all the sh*t.
1 million hubs, but how many half-decent hubs? 500,000? If that? The number actually concerns me a little.
Putting that aside, I would need 10000 hubs to hold 1% of the total!
Against a figure of 1 million hubs, I hold 0.052% of those hubpages. My curiosity is whether I can increase my individual 'market share', I am going to keep publishing prolifically and my target is 0.01%
Hal Licino holds 0.025%!!!! BUT.... his 2500th hub appears to be the last!
It worries me too, hub-hopping is a great tool, however it is generally fairly demoralizing when 2 paragraph, unillustrated spun text with an affiliate link seem to be omnipresent. And mixed into all that you have some real gems that deserve more attention.
It worries me enough for me to copy and paste the text from each and every one of my hubpages and save them to an external hard drive! Just 497 to go
Don't be too discouraged. The hopper shows most recent content, and lots of that is removed quickly (in part thanks to people like you hopping and flagging!). Norah and I remove at least 15% of published hubs by the end of their first day, and usually another 10% or so in the following days, as the less obvious rules violations come to our attention.
Yes, but ryan , you hold 5% of all daily traffic - thats quite a number.
You should ask for stock options
added the source from above
and yes, just a fun rough estimate, perhaps i should have said monthly
My 30 day traffic is 685k.
So that is 3.8% of the monthly traffic
Although '18 million visitors' suggests uniques, whereas my 685,000 won't all be uniques?
Still, that makes me a don!
5% should unlock a personalized accolade called "The don". Make it happen!
Maddie: I'm not too discouraged, I fear I got a little mauldin when it comes to preserving the general quality of hubpages content. I have, and will continue to publish here daily!
way to go HP. Congrats to all who have helped achieve this.
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