I'm new here and have several hubs that have around 8-10 views per day and one or two that have 50-130 per day. What is a realistic number of views a hub should have a day in order to be seen by Google or other search engines? Also if you have a chance could you check out my profile or hub for any suggestions you have on how I can make improvements. Thanks!
I think at the one year mark I had about 200 hubs, and had just started to hit around $100 per month AdSense (before Panda, and HP Ads). I think at that time I had two hubs that averaged about 20 views a day, and they didn't really make me any money. I went to HubCamp in Houston last March. Robin said 20 views per day on any given hub was pretty good. Obviously those making a living online would not consider 20 views a day to be a big success. But there are others of us who are running a marathon, not a sprint and consider ourselves to be doing pretty well.
Your single greatest problem as I see it is a lack of patience. Maybe you’re not in the same class, and that’s fantastic. Maybe you should read sunforged, Susana S, thisisoli, etc.
I think you are right. I have one speed and it's fast... Thank you for answering my question
kelley I can totally relate. Would you believe I didn’t even sign up for AdSense for 3 months, because I didn’t want to drive myself nuts obsessing about a few pennies, checking stats every 3 minutes! My advice, spend your greatest amount of HubPages time allowance in researching and writing hubs. Then set some limits for yourself on the obsessing. And personally, I no longer bother with bookmarking and such. For me it just wasn’t worth the effort. Just write when you can. You never know which hubs are going to catch on.
I like to compare it to the averages for the site: http://hubpages.com/stats/
Of the 1.2M hubs published, only a bit more than 1/3 of them get 10 or more views per MONTH....
I would say you are doing quite well!
Learning something new all the time I didn't know how to check those stats! Thanks
That's a pretty cool stat list!
It was a bit of an ego boost when I noticed that 10 of my hubs fit in that 1,000+ bracket when not even 1% of the published hubs are in that range.
And 76 of my hubs are in the 100+ range, when only about 6% of the hubs are in that range.
Now I have a goal of getting at least one hub in that 10,000+ range so that I can be in the .06% club... you coming with me kelleyward?
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by Silver Rose8 years ago
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by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
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by RealityBomb4 years ago
First, I want to apologize if you've heard this question a 1000 times before, but I'd be grateful if you could advise me from your experience.If I was to publish a large number of hubs across various topics, each...
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