Very new to the hub scene and although I have had a some views I would love to know how to get more people to view my hubs. Thank you:-)
Welcome to HP jlt :)There are loads of hubs written on this - i've written a few if you want to have a look.
Basically you need to make sure:
1. people are actually searching for what you're writing about by doing keyword research.
2. you're making your pages search engine friendly.
3. you're promoting your articles.
Good luck with your writing!
I'm happy when anybody takes the time to look at what I write. Of course I would like more people to come but I'm new too so I haven't figured out the best way. If you find out any tips please share!
There are more than 1000 hubs discussing this issue...
I have written a hub on this subject, view it if ya like.
I'm not soliciting, i'm being helpful ;p
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