how are u people pramoting ur hubs?are u getting maximum no. of visits and clicks?share ur experiences here.
Just participate in forums and comment on some hubs that interest you or relevant to your hub.
I link to my hubs from other articles I publish online. Actually, in the boigraphy of the article, I post a link to my HP profile, which brings them here. I also post it in emails, my personal website or anywhere else I visit such as forums and other social network sites per their TOS. I also link to them in my Yahoo Answers profile. It is just like promoting a business. Post your link anywhere you have the opportunity without violating any TOS in the process.
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