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Just curious how many pages views a day some of you are receiving. I'm up to about 300 a day on my content.
probably depends on how many hubs you have & what niche.
I'm only getting around 100 views per day for approx 50 hubs (non-sales, not broad-interest hubs)
looks like you're off to a great start with 300 views/day after just 3 wks & 25 articles. Had to laugh at the title ' how to shave your balls'
Took me a year but I just hit 2000 views a day (hit it before but not sustained, usually got hit by Lifehacker or Reddit link effect)
I was premature again. Avg view is back down to 1600. :-P
That is great getting all those hits for so few hubs so quickly! I was getting almost 3000 hits per day pre-slap, and after the roll out it went as low as 1200. Today I'm on about 1600 a day which when you consider the number of hubs I have, isn't a lot really.
I used to have 2,000-2,200 pre google slap. Now, I have 800-900. It hurts!
This is a bit strange but 80% of my traffic comes from outside of HP and I don't have a clue about how to"Drive traffic"...Hmmm...maybe my hubs don't ...oh well...
100's of hits sounds brilliant. I know this will sound like a joke because I am a joker but it's not.
Last 24 hours - 9 hits from around the world. One of those was an HP email so 8 really. I'm not counting HP traffic, that's a different game.
Pre Panda - with fewer hubs I was getting three times that.
Am I disheartened? Well yes.
Do I write stuff that people are looking for? Apparently not.
Will it stop me writing? Curiously and stubbornly, perhaps because I need to and enjoy writing - probably not.
My average is around 60 a day.
I'm sure I could do better, but I put more time into my websites than into Hubpages.
I get 75-100 a day generally, which is great as I write hubs purely on stuff that interests me with no great thought as to SEO, selling products etc. This is probably why I never made all that much and do a lot better with HubAds than I did before with adsense.
9,000 to 10,000 before the google slap.... 3,000 to 4,000 now.
Jacob--If you're counting HP hits (and I'm guessing that you are), stop. Your own views are counted, and since you are actively publishing hubs, it's natural that you'll get "initial burst" views from this site. If you're getting that many hits off search engines only, that's really good, considering the time you've been here.
I feel better now. I get between 100-250 a day and have been wondering what I am doing wrong. After reading several of these posts, I don't feel so down.
My average views is 200-300 views a day. I always check "traffic sources" as I know I have a lot of friends here in Hubpages, and sure enough Hubpages views are way up there competing with google.com. Thank you all! I'm just happy to have visitors in my hubs. Anyway, impressions are impressions for HP Ads program, no matter what. So you also earn from your fellow hubbers.
One day recently, my views zoomed to 1200. I thought there must be a mistake. I checked traffic sources, and they came from Bing.com. But it only lasted a day and my traffic from Bing went back to normal 10-20 views. lol
I read that some hubbers had also experienced the same sudden traffic burst from Bing.com. I want another one, puhleeze.
My views are averaging about 300-400 a day. Before Google slapped HP I was getting about 1200-1500 views a day.
My peak is the fall where I average several thousand a day. Prior to the Google slap I was getting around 1500. Now, I'm hanging in the 800-900 range.
Now about 1000/day. Before Panda more. With my top hub ever it went mental for about a week
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