Just wondering how do i increase traffic to my hubs?
Thank you for your help.
I wrote a 16 step traffic tutorial a little while ago that's basically titled in the same manner you're asking the question. What a coincidence!-)
http://hubpages.com/hub/increased-web-t … -your-hubs
There are a number of forum threads and hubs about the topic, you may want to do a search in the forums and on the overall site for tips.
Here's the HP tutorial, that you may want to check out as well.
Joanym you do not appear to be a spammer so I will post this here is instead of flagging your article. HupPage content is suppose to be unique content. It appears that most of you hub at http://hubpages.com/hub/Hot-Beauty-Tips has been copied from http://www.ehow.com/how_4751232_youthfu … -back.html and you other hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Beauty-Tips-4-u-now is copied from http://www.ehow.com/how_4737250_look-pr … geous.html
Not this create a multitude of issues for you.
1) You are in copyright infringement
2) You are in violation of Hubpages terms of service
3) Google doe not like duplicate content
I see you are promoting a program, if you want to make some money honestly take some time and write your own content it is perfectly legal to research information then write facts or tips based on what you have found out if you write the story in your own words.
I think you will find very few here at HP that will help you to promote stolen content, and if this content was stolen from you I suggest you contact the domain I posted and ask them to remove it.
Thank you for your help can i point out i wrote both the articles on e-how and hubpages so i have not illegally copied or stolen someone else's article since both articles refer to the same web page.But i will also take your point on board by writing different articles for different thanks for your help
I`m new here, it’s my first post in this forum. In my opinion the best way to increase your traffic is creating a profitable PPC campaign advertisement.
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