have been using yahoo clever answers,twitters, and all that but i dont get enough traffic, not to mention the frustrating 0.00$ earnings. Got any suggetions?
I will really appretiate any?
1. you need to target relatively high value keywords
2. Make sure the keywords are in your text for the search engines to find so you get the traffic
Your Michael Jackson Hub has no relevant adverts - I would suggest Michael Jackson may be over written about at present and you don't seem to be targeting any products or services.
The money online hub does have relevant adverts but you have so many large pictures at the beginning most of your ads are not viewable. I would suggest you need text capsules first with room to get all the ads in view before you introduce your pictures.
There are loads of How To Hubs here with lots of advice about making money with Hubs. Read some of them for more tips. Good luck!
When I first joined HP, another hubber, Misha, told me that the only way to learn how to really increase traffic is SEO (search engine optimaization). The only traffic that matters is search engine traffic...everything else will barely earn you any money.
It's pretty simple once you research SEO because then it will start to come naturally to you. Do not be discouraged as it can be confusing at first. Just stick with it and you'll learn. I read everything that I could get my hands on (and still do) about keywords, SEO, backlinks, etc. I've written a few hubs with my self-learned tips and tricks, but ultimately you'll have the best results when you do research yourself and practice through trial and error.
Good luck! If I can figure this stuff out, anyone can!
It's frustrating when traffic and/or clicks are not enough to produce any income.
You might want to read this hub about keyword choice
You should try Google Keyword Finder you can find it right off of Google.
I wrote one on traffic recently....http://hubpages.com/hub/101-Reasons-Why-It-Would-Have-Paid-You-To-Read-My-Hubs-A-Couple-Of-Months-Ago.
I agree that Google has a lot of ideas though...
seems like hp is very shy so what i wanted to say was f u c k traffic ok?
Twitter is a nice way to get instant traffic. Now HubPages allows you to tweet a link to your new hub after you publish it, which is very convenient. Also you could try facebook or other social media sites.
1. Write good, relevant, original and useful content.
2. Search engines index you.
3. People do a search, find you, click thru.
http://trafficg.com/?member=deisai1 This website is a really easy way to earn traffic. and its free.
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