Hi Dear Hubbers
My single hub got 1000+ hit ,I heard that only 2500 single hubs in hubpages.com has got this magic number. My question is " my status and hub score will change by this achievement ?"
Would like like to tell me where do you get this info?
I guess your hubscore will increase as your page views increase too.
Where did you hear that?
I have at least five Hubs with over 1000 views - I haven't been here very long, and I doubt I'm anything special.
I write on fairly low traffic topics, too. I'd bet anything with "sexy" in the title hits 1000 views within a month or two!
I highly doubt that 2500 hubs figure is accurate. I currently have 32 hubs that have over 1000+ pageviews and a bunch of others very close and of the 32, 10 of them have had over 10K views and there are definitely many other hubbers performing as well or better.
Sorry single mistake is happened ....that figure is for last month
As per the statistics provided by pauldeeds
Total Published Hubs: 135,242
Total Published Users: 27,629
Hubs with 1,000+ views in the last month: 1,929
Hubs with 100+ views in the last month: 13,591
Hubs with 10+ views in the last month: 61,703
This listing doesn't indicate at all that the figure is cumulative. Are you sure it isn't saying that "during the month of June, 1929 hubs had 1000+ views each" rather than "as of June 30th, 1929 hubs have had 1,000+ pageviews in total (in other words, including all previous months.)
As written, it is very ambiguous and I'd love to see some clarification,. but if it is indeed a cumulative figure then I'm really impressed with my own results
My hubscore normally fluctuates up and down a bit, and my recent 1,000+ views hub didn't seem to change that.
Hub rankings go up and down for various reasons.
Just produce good content, and don't stress about the numbers.
1000 views hub? I never get more than 100 views. Amazing...
I need to learn more..
Am I stupid or what?
I still don't get it. Do you mean a hub with 1000 views in a MONTH or in a DAY? I thought it was a 1000 views in a day!
Those figures are part of what goes into Hub and Author scores, but no permanent boost or anything like that is going to happen to you. If your traffic drops off radically, you'll probably see your scores go down...
I have a hub with 2,000+ hit but that on total! do u mean daily or monthly??
Build it and they will come.
Here is my two cents - worth one after tax.
Hubpages has roughly 7% of the number of pages found on Wikipedia. HubPages needs to make sure each page counts in order to compete and get serious page one results on multiple topics. Hubbers can help by making all articles the best they can be.
The numbers will follow, whats important are the individual hubs.
Did I mention i'm motivated tonight?
ya i make money .
usually i get .5$ in a week but now i got 3.5$ in a day ,
I noticed in my account section that it shows how many visits happen for each individual hub during a course of 30 days. Each hub fluctuates up and down.
from what I've read from you guys posts, Evidently I need to catch up with the jones, if you know what I mean.
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