It was more possible before Google Panda hit, and now with the most recent Panda update, it is still "possible", but harder. Each Panda revision/update, or whatever it is called at that particular point in time has had a negative impact on my Google views...other views remain about the same.
Yes Geraldnduru it is, I have 3 Hubs that get over 1000 visits a day. 1 of them did those levels of traffic straight out the gate and the others built up to those levels as they got ranked in the search engines. I have found it's a combo between what you write about and your rankings.
Yes if they are good quality and have good keywords in the first paragraph. It will take time for them to rank in Google (maybe a year) but the good stuff will if you backlink it etc. Forget Hubbers reading your stuff, what you really want is the world reading your stuff AND hubbers.
Lauryallan did those views start accumulating from day one?
Like I said above one of them started doing that the day after I published it. The others took about a month or 2 to start getting those levels. It really depends what you write about.
If you right about popular topics with little or no competition you can rank on the first page of google with just a little promotion of your Hubs in the form of backlinking.
I am not trying to promote my Hub.... but if you want more info then check out the Hubpages experiment I am running. There is a lot of info in there about what I have been doing and what is working for me so far. I will update it at the end of every month so I will be sharing the good, the bad and the ugly. Hope you find it helpful.
http://lauryallan.hubpages.com/hub/A-Hu … iment-2012
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