How cool . . . got my "First 1,000 Views" yesterday! (day 27) . . . wondering if 500 of these are from me though . . . does HP count my own views when I'm logged in and editing my hubs?
Look out 10,000!
Yes, it does. If you want accurate statistics, you really need to join google analytics and connect it to your hub account.
FYI...Analytics will also count your own visits to your hubs unless you specifically create a filter to exclude them.
And congrats, Mike!
Either way, congrats! I wouldn't worry too much about your own views. Just keep moving forward.
I'd wondered that myself. Thankfully I"ve had some other visitors too!
You can check the traffic sources tab from my account and see how many visitors you are getting from outside hubpages. That will give you an idea.
Congratulations from me too. It's still an achievement, and best of luck on the next 1,000 views
Good for you, Mike! You are on your way, personal visits or not. That first 1000 means a lot doesn't it?
I expect to see notice in a few weeks for the 10,000 mark as well.
awesome and some of those views are mine! I love your hubs. good work, keep writing!
27 days and 1,000 views? Awesome! Congratulations! Keep on going!
Congratulations! Every milestone is exciting when you’re new to HubPages. 1000 views in 27 days is a great achievement, even if some of the views are your own!
by StitchTheDamned 5 years ago
I am so so happy right now! My total views have finnally climbed to over 1,000 and one of my Hubs has been selected as a Rising Star. I've been steadily working on improving my Hubs and apparently it is working! How excited were you to hit 1,000 views?
by Novel Treasure 7 years ago
I'm just so excited, I got my first 1000 views in just 4 weeks of joining. Thank you to all who read my hubs. Any comments positive or negative is greatly appreciated. I know there is always room for improvement.
by David 7 months ago
Yesterday was the first time ever I hit 1000 views in one day. I know it's not much compared to what some are getting, but it was still good to see it there. How many views do you get per day?
by mega1 8 years ago
I know it is not the big deal that 10000 views is - but for me, who never managed to be able to make more than 10 people read what I write this is HUGE! Just logged in to see that I'm at 992! I'll probably miss seeing the actual 1000 there. So thank you! Thank you! and Thank you! I have...
by Writer Fox 14 months ago
I just reached this milestone a few hours ago. In May, 2013, I had two Hubs. I reached 100,000 views on October 30, 2013, with 35 Hubs. Onward to one million! (Do you want to know what this forum post is really about? It's about the fact that SEO works on HubPages, because 99% of my...
by Laura du Toit 8 years ago
When I got to 1000 views there was no fanfare or congratulations. I have now just passed 2000 - 2003 to be exact and am very proud to have done so in 4 weeks.(Nothing like blowing your own bugle around here) If nobody else gets excited about it - it's OK.
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