I've had thousands of visitors from SU with almost zero conversion rate. But thanks for the tips.
I am just curious. I joined hubpages on March 03,2010, and since then I've got 810 views to my hubs. Is it ok for a newcomer like me? Or am I too lousy.
I'd request experienced people to give some insights.
It's not bad Cali, but remember that quality of traffic is just as important as quantity, where are you getting trafic from?
Stumbleupon just doesn't sell, I rarely bother with it.
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