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Just reached 10,000 views in 8 months on 41 hubs. Is that considered good on average?
It's embarrassingly Awful!
You should take a couple days off - delete ALL your hubs - then quit! (I did and it worked wonders for my golf game!)
Then petition the courts to change your name to Owen Peter - (be sure to use the Celtic spelling (**** *****)) because your next move should be to Ireland, where you can sign-up to HP again using an overseas server.
That should fix everything.
ps. how do you type the tongue-in-cheek symbols? :>p or is it 8>q, or maybe ;|, or :-p or.... never mind, just wasting a few bored minutes of my afternoon. LOL
With so much variation between Hubbers, Hubs, subjects, number of Hubs, etc. etc., I'm not sure there's really an "on average" (at least that any one Hubber is able to offer from his individual experience). 40-something Hubs aren't many "in the scheme of numbers of Hubs", so there's that. Also, keep in mind that - what - four or five of your eight months on here was in the middle of "The Panda thing"... I'd think the better measure for you would be views/earnings per Hub (but also percentage of Hubs getting traffic versus percentage that hasn't) - not what's "on average" for a zillion other people's zillions of different kinds of Hubs.
Before Panda, eight months was commonly about when things could start picking up a little more for a lot of Hubbers. Pre or post Panda, some things haven't changed. (Some have.)
It just sounds average on average to me, as it took me about as long to do the same with about the same number of hubs.
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