a bit over 100 for 25 hubs - sometimes higher if a "hot" topic - up to half from google now (instead of mostly HP)
Well, currently, its about 500 page views from google per day. Traffic only defines success so much.
Main factors are
1. Traffic overall
2. PPC (pay per click)
3. Page eCPM (Overall average)
Tecnically you could have lower than par CTR and PPC, but if you increase your traffic a ton, you will make more regardless.
I imagine some people might get 1000 page views a day and make $10.00 which is very good PPC and Page eCPM.
Then others might need 2000 views to make 10.00 average.
Every month will be different, but traffic can help, but CTR and PPC are a large factor as well....
Around 1,000 here... I interlink my hubs so well that on average, every view that comes in from google will visit anywhere from 3-4 of my hubs before leaving.
I haven’t been writing at HubPages for very long and haven’t had time to create many hubs, so I’m hoping for 1000 views in total - from all sources - by today or tomorrow! 1000 or more views a day from Google would be great, but is something that I can only dream about at the moment.
Traffic certainly is important, but these figures don't mean anything to you unless you are writing in the same or similar genre. For example, take Cordale above. Is that better than you or worse? Unless you are writing about gaming and have also been here 3 months, I sure wouldn't want to guess.
Here, I get 200-300 and am just shy of 6 months. At my main site, 10,000 is typical. That site is 13 years old! It is very tech focused, here I am scatterbrained. What comparison could I draw? None whatsoever.
Backlinking efforts can bring traffic. Mark is a big fan of that, I am not. If we were writing about the same things and I had been here 3 years, you might be able to draw some valid conclusions, but as it is, you cannot.
I just am saying that little of what is posted here is really going to help you gauge your success without much more information.
I average 700-800 per day -- a bit more during the summer. Only I don't mark success with traffic. I mark it with money earned.
PC is right - it really depends on what your topics are, and how you've interlinked everything - I average around 1500 a day here with only organic backlinking, and some strategic RSS feeds, but the rate is very different from other sites.
Greek One, you are priceless! Can I package you and sell you?
I nearly got one the other day... must have been the same one you got Greek One.
Total views: 1771 4045 9809 11451 (2 months)
google.com views: 917 1803 4562 4766
Hubpages.com: 103 520 1194 1957
The rest of my views are from google mainly. Some are from Bing etc.
This is my best View day ever. So when you see that 1771 its kind of tricky.
About 1700 from google.com and maybe 400-500 more from all the other international Googles (.uk, .ca, etc.)
I am new to here, my average is 5 to 10 per day. I have some hope that it will increase in near future.
It looks like daddy G DOES NOT LIKE me. My goal get some Google hits in 2011. success2all Hubzer
I have a long way to go. I'm not getting anywhere near what some of these people are getting.
Sorry to disturb you and posting on so old forum.
If you can answer this question now. I am also in your position where you had 5 years ago. I am fresher and bit confused, nervous and curious to know the worth of our writing hubs.
If you can help out
I started writing hubs just over a month ago. I'm getting hits from Google, but not a lot. I'm going to say about twenty to thirty daily. I have 31 hubs so far... just a beginner.
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