I no asking such question is fool but is there any way to get huge traffic rather than posting number of quality hubs?
The main techniques to get repeat, quality traffic to your hubs are:
- Create great hubs with high quality, original, keyword rich content that adds value to the reader
- Promote your work via social media (Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest etc)
- Publish on a regular basis
- Take an active part in the community; other hubbers loooking at your work can be a good source of traffic if you have something that's relevant to them. I have written a hub about 'Being an awesome HubPages citizen' that you might find helpful with this
- Keep at it; it takes time to get indexed and searched and to build a reputation
Hope this helps,
This is a paradoxical question. If there was a method of getting huge traffic without writing quality hubs then we wouldn't be here on HubPages trying to write quality hubs. I also admit that if I had such a method then I probably wouldn't share my secret on a forum either!
Fool is the word. You really shouldn't post on the forums when your hubs are perfect yet your English is broken.
Is this familiar?
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=KDa4 … mp;f=false
Seems you copied your first hub from there.
Where did you get your second one from?
One of the key bits of advice other posts have mentioned is ORIGINAL. Google will penalise copied or spun content and copying is against Hubpages TOS. Your only hope of making money here is to come up with totally original material that searchers are looking for. Your motivation must be to produce brilliant, original writing. If you goal is a quick $$$ then it just won't work!
you won't get any good targeted traffic unless you write quality hubs that do well in the search engines, best thing to do is research keywords and find one that has high cpc low competition and quite a few visitors per month and then write a very good article on the subject and wait for about a month for google to recognise your work.
As with so many things in life, success cannot be achieved by finding short cuts.
Our Learning Center has some great guides on building lots of traffic over time- check it out!
I would add that you should not underestimate the power of your loyal friends on twitter, facebook, AND your email address book. Tell them you need their support. Ask them to forward your links via email, get their friends to post on their fb pages, and ask twitter friends to retweet. When I tweet, I add a catchy lead-in and "RETWEET" in front of the hub link. Every little bit helps, especially if you have good friends who want you to succeed. But you have to ask. Good luck and never slack off on producing quality hubs. That's how you get returning readers which becomes steady traffic (if you have a niche, of course, but that's another topic )
Create quality Youtube videos and add a link to Hubpages. It works well as the YouTube video gets more views.
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