There are three ways that you can post content to your hub pages only two of them will generate any traffic.
1: write the content your self.
You 100% create your stories from scratch something that nobody has done before, If your niche is in high demand this way can generate millions of page views, however nowadays it is very difficult to find a good niche but if you are good at predicting the future you may find a niche before its recognized in the public eye that will guarantee you the top spot in search placements.
2: rewriting content.
At the end of the day the majority of us are duplicating stories, if you know about it chances are you have listened to it or read it in the past. The main requirement to ensure constant traffic is that you rewrite the content 100% this is always the best way. Please note some Search engines also penalize duplicated titles. You can also make a spin off from the page using niche keywords with relevant category it is possible to generate even more traffic to your niche as long as you stick to the relevant category.
3: copy and paste direct.
Copy and pasting content is a "BIG NO NO" This is EVIL at its worst, years ago you could get away with it but not now. Duplicate content will get you your moneys worth, which is $0.000; however if you post 100s of duplicated posts you should make at least $0.000; the choice is yours. Duplicate content will only ever waste your time. All the major search engines use Robots to discover and filter duplicate content from within the search results and when found it is removed from the search, however it can be found if searching the url and this will generate zero traffic. So think before you act. Some search engines also penalize duplicating titles.
Hope this helps some one thought to add it to a new hub but thought the content not enough to warrant a hub hope you like.
Hi, Thanks a lot for this very useful information. I have never really given a thought about traffic, and the intricacies involved ..
The ways create proper hubs but I don't think they create much traffic on their own.
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