I joined Hub pages 6 weeks ago now i publish 78 hubs but i receive very small traffic on my hub pages, per day 15 page views what can i do to increase it please help me
You have to read and comment honestly on others hubs. Sign up and follow other hubbers, but don't solicit followers, give freely and you will receive freely. You should also share thru sites like Facebook, Twitter, Digg, etc. There are other ways such as backlinks, etc, which I'm just learning myself.
by Becki Rizzuti2 years ago
I've noticed that there is at least one post claiming to have gained a significant amount of traffic this week, but for me, my traffic has dropped by 50%. One hub, which at its height was getting over 4k hits a...
by albabu7 years ago
Dear hubbers!Anybody give me good idea to increase hub traffic?Give your good exprience advise.How to check my daily clicks and earnings?Anybody get payment from hub?Show your earnings proof.Payment given by hub or...
by Kelly Kline Burnett6 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of...
by Carb Diva3 years ago
What is going on? One week ago I received notification from HubPages that several of my hubs would no longer be featured because of declining traffic. I suppose this means that I should jump in and recast, reformat, and...
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
Should you update a Hub when you see its traffic waning, even before it's gone Idle? Will this keep it from going Idle and increase traffic to it?
by nell795 years ago
The good news is that 56% of my hub traffic today is from search engines. Wait! Don't cheer me yet! The bad news is that I've had a whopping 11 views in the last 24 hours--none of which came from hubpages--but I've...
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