1.) is it worth? or is it a good sign?
2.) are the topics okay? cause that's what i really fond of writing - crafts, relationships, books, raising livestock and pets (havent started yet though).
3.) is there any chance i could get more viewers? I seen a post in forum before - with WryLit - that i just have to write and leave, let alone do it and mature the hubs on their own time.
thanks for the answers!!!
Hi Chrysophrasus... first of all, you are allowed to post links to your hubs in this forum.
I had a look at this one: http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-gain-and-keep-friends
And I think it's very well written. Can I take it English is not your first language? You write very well but some of it seems to be very grammatically correct - not that that is a bad thing! Some of your titles are a little strange, however. Remember - you need to create titles that match what people are typing into google.
The only thing you could do is make the first text capsule longer and move the first picture down. This will allow your google advert to appear top right, the best place to get clicks.
With that number of views in that time frame, I'd say you're doing very well.
Google prefers aged content - the older it gets the more hits you should get off google and other search engines. You've started out great, but I'd recommend doing the 30 day challenge. By the time you've done another 30 hubs, you'll start to learn what works for you and should be seeing some earnings, even if it just in the cents.
My first 5 months on hubpages earnt me about $1. Last month I earnt nearly $70 total.
It will happen, keep at it!
Welcome to HubPages!
I would have to say that most of your traffic is HubPages and not from Google. Unless, you're connected to some other source that drives traffic.
Internal traffic means that other hubbers are reading or viewing your hubs.
Having 9 hubs in 7 days is pretty good. The 200 hundred view in 7 days, means that you have good topics among HubPages readers. I would say you're off to a good start.
I do hope you enjoy yourself while you're here.
Edit: also take into consideration your own views as well.
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