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?
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?
by Kain 360 12 months ago
Is it realistic to make $40 a day off of 10,000 views daily give or take? Before HubPages suffered from Google Algorithm updates in 2012; I remember doing very well with views on another account, but I don't think my CPM was that high. I pretty much semi-retired from writing on HP during 2014-2016...
by Silver Rose 9 years ago
Just for fun, following up on the thread about hubstats,the latest figures for views per hub are as follows:http://hubpages.com/stats/•Hubs with 1,000+ hub views in the last month: 5,313•Hubs with 100+ hub views in the last month: 39,439•Hubs with 10+ hub views in the last month: 152,649How...
by RealityBomb 5 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 targeting a well researched keyword/s, is it realistic to aim for an average daily...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
As fast as I'm trying to fix up hubs that are unfeatured, the problem isn't that there is something wrong with them, but that they are being unfeatured as a result of lack of traffic. Isn't this short sighted? Some topics just don't get that much traffic. It's not because they are badly written,Is...
by Poppy 18 months ago
One of my game guides gets 100 views a week, even though the game came out in 2014. When I wrote it, I didn't really think it'd do as well as it is. Have any of your articles done surprisingly well?
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