Just realised I hit the 2,000,000 viewings on my hubs some time between New Year's Eve and the early hours of New Year's Day (here in Britain). Really delighted as it has only been about 10 months since I hit 1,000,000.
LOL, HP TOS prohibits us giving exact specifics on our earnings, but let me put it this way, I earn much the same as I used to from a 20+ hour per week part time job here in the Channel Island of Guernsey (where they pay well over what the UK mainland pay per hour). In other words my earnings per month are well into 3 figures in $ and not too far short of 4 figures.
Well Done Misty, I'm nearly at the 1 million mark, something like 820,000 at the moment Like David, One hub is doing a lot of the work, wish I had more time aside from my web consultant job... Got one more exam to get Google Adwords Partner Certification
Sounds like you are doing well Richie. I am a little more fortunate than you and David, as a good few of my hubs produce my main traffic (right now), although there are three that are my top performers, followed by a number of the others that provide three figure views per day on average. I am also lucky that I don't have a day job as my Husband is our main breadwinner, which gives me more time to write hubs when I get a moment of inspiration. Good luck with your exam, I am sure you will pass with flying colours
I was lucky with Panda, initially my viewing figures and income dropped a bit, but then when they tweaked it around Oct 13th something changed and my figures began to rise and rise. I still have no idea why, and still worry it could all end tomorrow, but so far so good, and I am 'making hay while the sun shines'.
All I have ever done is write on subjects that I am interested in or know about. The former I do plenty of research on for before I write them, the latter I already know about from my own knowledge and experiences. Most of my hub titles answer questions, so the titles end in a '?', and the title will begin with words like, 'what, why, where, how' etc. I also have written a hub on 'The Main Mistakes New Hubbers Make' which is full of things I avoid doing, and hopefully helps guide newbie hubbers.
One way or the other I guess I must be doing something right and am not complaining right now
Thanks Marisa, in fairness to you I have more hubs published (right now), so there is a good chance you would have had more viewings by a long way than me if you had the same amount of hubs. You are, after all, a very talented and well respected Hubber
Actually, I have 549,000 if you count the views from all of the articles I deleted over the past few years. Some of you may remember that I took a terrible hit from Google the Summer of 2014, so these numbers show just how hard I've worked to recoup. These are only from my Timetraveler2...
Yippee, I just checked into My Account and realised that some time in the last 24 hours I hit 3,000,000 views. In fact I am now at over 3,002,000. Traffic is still slower than usual because of Pandas etc or it would have been a few weeks ago, but I got there in the end.
Yep, it's me again. Today was another milestone for me because I hit 200,000 page views. What is interesting about this is that it took me two years to get my first 100,000 but only 8 months to get another 100,000. Just as important is the fact that I started using Amazon Ads with...
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