How did i get more traffic on hub-pages?
Guide to Hubpages Traffic
There are so many ways of driving traffic to your hubs as many successful Hubbers have written about this already, I can hear you loud and clear why you are asking this question, "How do I to get more traffic on hub-pages?. Here are some tips on how you can get some extra traffic for your Hubs.
A hub by By Patty Inglish, MS explained some useful constructive activities that will help drive traffic to your hub: Variety In Writing by Patty Inglish MS, increase your hub traffic with activities such as the 30 day or 60 day hub challenge, joining the Hubmob weekly and the Hub contest are a must done activities to improve your traffic.
I have also written the top 4 ways to drive traffic to your hub and basically what the 4 methods are includes writing original content, remember when your work is of help to your audience they will keep coming and referring your hubs to other webmaster by means of linking to your hub, again content is the king to online marketing, Top 4 Ways to Drive Traffic
You can also drive traffic to your hub by using relevant tags, this is one of the hidden method of getting traffic and as described by johnr54 you will know why using relevant tags helps you get extra traffic and group your hubs with relevant hubs on the same category. This hub by johnr54 is so far the best and easy to understand on how tagging works on our hub. So what does johnr54 has to say on tags: Hubpages Traffic - use of Tags to Drive Google Traffic
There are so many hubs that talked about driving traffic to your hubs that you need to read and learn from, but you will have to experiment with trial and error until you get the right methods to deliver more traffic to your hub, it takes time and effort to get some realistic result writing hubs online. Write useful and informative hubs, give them time as you learn more traffic and money will follow and patience is also one of the key to that will help you determine is the path you've taken is the right one
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