I need some tips on making my hubs better and getting more traffic other than from hubpages. Thanks
I've been twitterizing my hubs and have received more traffic that way. Also, since my RSS feed on HP doesn't include my URL Trackers, I've created a twitter account to include only my hub updates with my URL Trackers, and feed that twitter feed through a Java RSS feed to my site.
Hi KM it took me a while to get where I am at too and finding out on my own...alright...some tips,
-- email, let your friends know, use word of mouth advert'g
-- Links, writing articles related to hubs, leave a link
-- Blog, have a blog roll, add link n RSS feed
-- RSS, set up on blogs n social sites, promote regularly
-- FB, MS, Bebo, etc, join related groups
These are a few tips I do myself and have watched my growth in GA. It's fun n sometimes boring but I will add make it a regular routine, to do all this stuff to promote your Hubs and traffic will pick up.
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