I don't get many traffic.Just get 300 traffic or less in a day.Can anyone tell me how can i get many traffic and which topic give me more traffic?
There are at least 1000 Hubs on this subject. You ARE allowed to read them and if you leave an appropriate comment on those you like... then you'll probably also find your fan base will also improve.
Taking the easy way of continuely asking questions in the forums just demonstrates that you aren't prepared to roll up your sleeves and work harder at your education.
Try it........ I might be completely wrong... as I had to roll up my sleeves to reply to your question
really, but you have 0 hubs, where did you get traffic from unpublished ones?
read this, learn and have fun............
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Get-A-Hu … lar-Hubber
If you need traffic to your site or hub here is some great information that can get you the traffic you deserve.
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