I am new to hubpages and really enjoying my participation in this great community. I would like to know how to increase the traffic to my hubs and how to increase the profile ranking?
This is my hub:
I started a reply but it got so long I decided to write a hub about it instead! But basically the amount of traffic your hub will get is based on the amount of people searching for your keyphrases and where your page is placed in the search engine results.
The average hub takes between 6-9 months to get serious traffic from search engines - although some rare exceptions can take off in hours or days.
The best advice is learn about SEO and keywords and write lots more hubs!
Uptraffic - the forums are not for personal promotion. I would suggest you go back through your posts and remove your links, otherwise people may flag them as spam and your account could be closed.
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