How can you get more traffic to your hub? I've only just joined but would like to gain more readers and reach a wider audience. Does anyone have any sound and helpful advice? Thanks,
1. Write more quality hubs
2. Read persons hubs and leave meaningful comment
3. Post on social media
4. Create a tumblr account and post your links there
5. Visit blogs of the same topic and leave meaningful comments. Also leave your URL
6. Create a Facebook niche page and promote your hubs on that page. 7. Then do paid promotion on Facebook.
This advise is coming from a guy who writes crap and gets little visitors...but hey, maybe it will work for you. Good luck
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