I'm trying to make money with this. So far, I've published 23 hubs, had 1956 views, 90 comments, etc. I know that the more hubs I have, the more traffic I'll get, so I'm going to keep publishing quality hubs. However, I'm running out of ideas. Can you guys give me a few ideas of areas I haven't really covered? Also, what can I do in the meantime to increase traffic? My first goail is $1.00 a day. So far, I've made $.03 in almost a month, so I have a far way to go. Any advice?
Hi J -
Have you gone through the HP learning center? There's also many good how-to hubs by very successful hubbers in which they offer a lot of advice on growing traffic.
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