I'm new here and wondering how many views it takes to get my hub listed under hot on the first page? My latest hub has more views than any of my previous ones and yet it is not under hot, at least on the main page. When I click for more I can find it there. Anyone know how this works? Thanks
You're up against 200,000 writers for the top 10 hottest hubs. I have two spots on the top 10.
It's not easy to get there.
I guess I just misunderstood. Most of the ones I've published under family and parenting were listed under latest and then hot for a few days and some over a week. There must just be much more competition in this category. Thanks for sharing and congrats on your achievement!
Thank you. Someone just pointed out in one of my Facebook groups that I've both #1 and #2 spots. That's just too cool!
LOL Congrats Cagsil. Let me know if you need a ride to the E.R. when you dislocate your shoulder from patting yourself on the back
Funny I just checked and mine is now on the hot list. Can I ask you whether I will get penalized if I add my RSS on one of my hubs that directs to my blog? Is this something I should not do? Just wondering...
As long as the RSS link is relevant to your content and you only have ONE link in the RSS feed directing towards. You also cannot have any other links in that hub directed at that blog. The single RSS Feed link is considered 2 links!
I'm pretty sure there's an algorithm for the hottest hubs that isn't as straightforward as one would think. Sometimes I've got hubs in the first few pages of hottest that are surprising to me (since I have other new(ish) hubs that are getting way more views and AREN'T appearing there). No doubt, it's a mix of hub age, hits from OUTSIDE of Hubpages, number of comments and a number of other factors. This I DO know, their appearance on the front page(s) isn't solely a result of sheer number of views.
by Mom Kat 5 years ago
What's the topic of the hottest hub you have?I'm not looking for everyone to give a link to their personal hubs here. I would just like to know what topic your best hub falls under. Which one is ranked the highest, gets the most traffic, & if this matches the overall...
by Neil Sperling 3 years ago
I'm approaching 4000 - will likely hit that within 24 hours!
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
How long did it take you to get to 10,000 views?It took me 4 months and 3 weeks. Just wondering if that's about average, if there is such a thing.
by Chantele Cross-Jones 4 years ago
How many views do you need to make $1.66 a day?Ok to make a $50 payout minimum each month you need to make an average of $1.66 a day. If you work on each month having 30 days. So I am just wondering what the average number of veiws would be to make that $1.66, or as close as? Assuming you don't...
by Jinesh07 7 years ago
HiI have been at HubPages for about a month now and I have written 6 Hubs, but I'm having trouble getting views. Any help or tips on how to get more views would be much appreciated! Here's a link to my profile so if you could read one and give me some feedback that would be really...
by Disillusioned 3 years ago
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! How about yours?
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