Inwhich Way I can earn Money From my Hubs and increase Traffic?
I increase traffic by posting up the article links on my social networks like facebook and a few others.
Increasing your earnings depends upon the number of people who click on an advertisement surrounding your articles. The greater number of page views, the greater chance you have of this happening.
Research "how to increase traffic to your site" in a search engine. There are tons of resources out there.
It can be hard getting traffic to 'young' hubs. But did you know you can get tons of traffic from HubPages itself?
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by Brandon Lobo3 days ago
I plan on editing my existing hubs, the ones with high traffic to get them to rank even better for terms they already rank for, but not at #1 spot. I have a premium SEM rush account using which I can see what I am...
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
I'm increasingly coming to learn the importance of titles to make hubs searchable. But some of my hubs are still not doing well. Out of the following factors, what do you are the top three most important for hubs to get...
by Susannah Birch17 months ago
You can't. Just had to put that out there as I'm seeing newbies all over the forums going on about these topics lately.Serious money comes from getting views from Google NOT from having other hubbers visit your work....
by Susan W4 years ago
How many hubs do you have to write to earn money? How much would you earn?What would be your average income for fifty hubs?
by johndwilliams3 years ago
Hi All,I heard a rumor here that having over 100 hubs here increased Google traffic. With so much content Google gives you a thumbs-up and starts pushing more traffic towards the Hub-pages Sub-Domain... Is this...
by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
What do you do to increase traffic to your hubs and potentially increase AdSense earnings?
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