For the very first time (that I am aware of) I crossed the 500 reads in one day threshold. In about a week, I'll cross the 10,000 read barrier for one hub. Not too bad for a very part-time hubber.
honestly that is exactly what we need - you. And a challenge that mirrors it that is finished with one weekly hub as a review and clearly featuring which we choose
except hold on
wtf? 500? Be honest or I'll tell, you read 500 hubs completely? Did you comment each time ? keep track? huh? wtf? that is cool, cause communities that are eager to join are ones I believe that first show interest not crave a thrown or battle a point.
Just want to say way to go and I really need to hear that today thank you 500? dang
I think maybe I miscommunicated. I didn't read 500 other hubs in one day, 500 other people read my hubs in one day.
Now can I ask you why you are shooting me? I guess I can't speak for all the other hubbers replying to this post, but I find that image very disturbing.
Red letter day for me too! I just crossed 1000 views for one day, for the first time that I am aware of. But I'm no where near 10K views on a single hub. I have about 4 hubs with 5K to 5.5K lifetime views. Congrats on your achievements!
Very cool. I almost made it to 400 reads yesterday, which would have been a new high for me. 10,000 on one hub is excellent. Did you do any backlinking or SEO or did you just let it all come naturally?
That's a good question Cooper. I would like to know as well if you did any backlinking? I find myself wondering how big a difference does backlinking really make?
Actually it all came naturally. I wrote a piece on President Obama that quickly jumped to the first page of the three top search engines and it has been riding ever since. I do have a similar article on Obama listed with suite101 that is also on the front page but the two are not linked.
for a minute there i thought that you meant that you had read 500 hubs in a day... my mind was really boggling there
Wow this is great. Many congratulations. Wish you many more success for future.
Thank you Sid. What has amazed me most is how my top articles have snowballed in terms of reads. I would have expected the articles to hit the frontpage of Google for a moment in time and then be swept behind by newer articles. But fortunately for me, my top articles have stayed put on the search engines and the reads keep multiplying almost exponentially. I know other more experienced writers have told me about the snowball effect and now I know it is true.
I am always so happy to see a hub pages article when I look for something on Google!
Here's to snowballs! New terminology for me other than memories of snowball fights when I was a kid. Ha! Seriously...congratulations! Obviously a well written and topical subject!
Wow! Good to hear these success stories. My highest has been 158 in a single day.
I hope it will grow soon as i will soon have time to do more promotion for my hubs and other online ventures.
That's amazing! I love reading these success stories because they give me hope!!!
Great report! I guess it wasn't just me, then - My previous record of one day views went down the drain as well, and by a huge chunk. According to Adsense (about 60% of HP stats) my previous record of 252 views in one day is now 388. If only the clicks had kept up. (Sigh)
Awesome figures, 10K views really? for one hub? That's amazing. Well done ecoggins.
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