What is the number 1 best way to find and attract targeted traffic to a specific niche such as fine art paintings and prints, fabric art, sea glass and silver jewelry, soapstone or Island stone carvings?
Maybe you could find blogs on those subjects and comment/interact with that community. Mention your love and expertise on those arts and invite people. If appropriate post links?
Find those on Twitter who tweet on these subjects, and ask for their expertise and opinion on your hubs. Ask them to comment. But the idea is the same as janshares'.
You can find such niche topics on pinterest, join the boards there, start pinning and with time pinners will recognise your posts and start repinning.
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