How do you get your traffic up and keep it that way too? Anyone with a miracle solution please pop it across and I will catch it real fast. Please help!!!
Thanks Uninvited Writer, I hope this will be the turn around I o much seek
If you have quality articles, your traffic will rise over time. I don't really backlink on my own, but my traffic has steadily risen as others link to a few of my articles. I will say that some hubs do much better than others (traffic wise) - it is interesting to see which ones take off. Write a variety of hubs and see which ones garner the traffic, then build on those niches.
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