I'm new here at Hubpages and I got 4 hubs already. But I can't seem to get more followers and traffic for my hubs. Can anyone advise me what is the best thing to do?
Thanks and GOD bless!
Do what you are doing now and post to the forums. People naturally tend to look at your hubs, or start to follow you if they like what they read/what you say
you can increase your hub traffic by commenting on best hubs, top questions and participating in forum.
Develop a sense of patience. For most of us, this is a marathon, not a sprint. "If you build it, they will come..."
Thanks a lot! I will take note of every thing!
Other ideas and advise are still welcome!
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