My name is JO. I am a new hubber.
Looking to make new friends and generate more traffic to my hubs. Where do I start ?
I tried commenting today and got some traffic/fans - Is that the way to go ?
How many hits to a hubpage does one get - On an average ?
Would love to make new friends here and learn more about hubbing - I guess my hubs are pretty boring and dull - How do I make them more interesting ? Any tips would be simply great !
Looking forward to a ton of replies.
Hi welcome to hub family. Regarding the traffic to hubs.You need to post good content. The way u mentioned is good and one more is you can look at some hubs like fiercy, shinujohn2008, shalini many more are there who gets traffic more than 200 per day. Just try to follow them and add as fans.Thats it.
yep--comment on others hubs and reply to comments on yours-that puts your name in hubtivity which gets you noticed by other hubbers.
Hang around in the forums too and when you feel comfortable, participate.
Welcome to HubPages. wonderful people and fantastic team to help.
For starters write about your personal experiences and about stuff you know, about humorous incidents, about interesting journeys you've made, about things you like to do, and so on ... got it?
Write about topics you are passionate about. Do some research about keywords and be patient. It takes time to build reputation.
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