Using other sites to drive traffic to your hubs can work wonders, social bookmark sites such as markfreebookmark.com allow HubPage links and act as follow links for people to come directly to your hub and increase traffic!
Also adding your content on markfrearticles.com and linking it to HubPages is another great strategy - give them a try and let me know what you think!
Mark Grey (markfreelance)
oops, another typo, the article directory is markfreearticles.com, hope you found it ok!!
by Susannah Birch3 years ago
PHILLYDREAMER started a topic about changing traffic conditions due to Panda and Penguin and working on attracting more traffic.As I keep saying, people need to learn to diversify their traffic sources (and writing...
by mohin285 years ago
I was just wondering what is the best way to drive traffic to Hubpages articles? For all you experience Hubpages users can you please guide me? Also what can i do to get more traffic from search engines?
by Praveen Pal3 years ago
I want to increase my Hubs traffic, because from few days my hubs getting only few likes and views. Please tell me as soon as possible.
by Johnny Joe6 years ago
Hi,I am new to hubpages and really enjoying my participation in this great community. I would like to know how to increase the traffic to my hubs and how to increase the profile ranking?This is my...
by sheilamyers3 years ago
I've been here long enough to realize that hub scores can be low for good hubs and high for those so-so hubs. I also know that hub scores are based on more than content so traffic and reader comments and other things...
by Nell Rose3 years ago
Quite a while ago we used to add our own tags to each hub. For example if we wrote about shoes we would use the tag box for words such as: shoes, trainers, new shoes, fashion shoes. And so on. Reading various articles...
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