Hello there! I'm really starting to get into hubbing, and just wonder at one tiny little thing. As I write more and more hubs, would I be better off advertising them via a blog or a rotator in traffic exchanges? Or are TE's even a good way to go?
Blogs can be helpful and wouldn't be a bad advertising idea.
Thank you very much! Are there any blog sites in particular you would recommend I start with?
Personally I like Blogger, although I can't give a great answer to this because Yes I own a blog, no it doesn't have any content or anything on it. I'm only starting a blog, still need to get ideas for it to make sure I can keep it updated etc. What I do know is don't start a blog that will die out or you can't keep writing new content on for your fans. Other people like "Wordpress" but from what I learned you can't have Google ads on it and rules like that. Blogger you can have your ad sense ads on so that already makes it better in my book.
There are lots you can do, some people do nothing and rely on SEO alone. It depends how good you are . For now (personally I think) you shouldn't worry about a Blog or advertising, you will get a lot of views just making more good, original content! Once you have 10 or more Hubs thats a better number to worry about, its how I did it and I am doing ok I think.
Forget traffic exchanges - that traffic doesn't click on ads much.
Oh? Huh... I've actually had decent luck with traffic exchanges. What route would you recommend, then?
Try this traffic generating hubpage for size. Every bit help :p
http://hubpages.com/hub/hubpages-traffi … sing-Ideas
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