Does anybody have any great info to get more traffic to your Hubpages articles?
I know that you have to write fabulous and great quality hubs, I have that under wraps! lol joke. All my traffic building skills are failing me lately, it sucks.
Unfortunately it's just that "X" factor - what people are looking for to read via Google etc...for example with my hubs one I wrote as a sort of joke about a car has gained more views than all the others...?
I also had trouble getting traffic to my hubs. There are a few ways I get more traffic and even can earn extra earnings through adsense.
I use shetoldme .com and I also use best-reviewer .com.
You can add your hub links to these sites that will generate more traffic for you.
I think our best bet is to recommend the stories we like on the Hubpages via Twitter, and Facebook.If I see a very interesting article, I am going to recommend it via one of these social networks. We are suppose to. Another thing... don't they give us advertisment on the HubPages?
I would also recommend sites such as Reddit, Digg, Stumbleupon, and delicious. Just posting the link to your blogs on those sites can help traffic.
Social media is a good start. Start addig comments to various sites like facebook and twitter that links back to your hub.
Here are my 9 favorite sites to use to promote a hubpage http://czczcz.hubpages.com/hub/Easy-Hub … 10-minutes
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