I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6!
Using figures from HP, I get about 3.4. Interestingly though, if I deduct the 25 worst hubs (out of about 100) it jumps to 4.6. Nearly half of my hubs are almost total non-performers. It's too bad they are the ones I enjoy writing the most!
Carrying it a little further, my worst 10 hubs got 35 views over 30 days, while the best 10 got 4500. What a difference! 13,000%, and that was in December, when my best performers (home improvement stuff) was way down!
Law of averages probably, the more you attempt something the more likely you are to hit the jackpot. That has certainly been the case with me; I can write 50 hubs and perhaps 1 will be a serious winner, thats what motivates me to produce more and more.
22.8 - if I take out the bottom 5 non-performers it goes up to 24.7 - mainly 'cause I've got 2 or 3 relatively high performers and one that sometimes goes ballistic for some reason I've yet to figure out
Great posting. Yes, traffic is over rated. The traffic that I have is currently not my market but it is fun. My two most popular are visual - suppose that says something about either my writing or my promotion or both.
I am running about 3.06 according to that formula.
1st before any thing I'm just new here and i have only 4 hubs . My static is till this moment i write this comment is : 825 hits in 11 day for 4 hubs so result is ==> 18,75 hits per hub per day , but im willing to do some seo because the best visitors coming from search engine.
I'm not sure if the traffic to hubs information is correct. As mine were getting hardly any traffic at all, I decided to delete them. However, in the day since I did this, the number of visitors to by hubs is shown as increasing. How this can be, when they were no longer available makes little sense to me. So, I have decided not to take much notice of the figures in future.
I hear people talking all the time about hubs that produce good readership, but I know this number differs for many. In your case, how many views per month do you think is good for any given article? Just curious.
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