Holy Cow! Just got 200 views in one day! Anyone else reached this yet?
I've gotten to where I'm consistently at 150-200 views a day! Once you have good content, literally all you need is good backlinks! Theres a hubpage called 72 backlinks amazing backlinks or something like that, USE IT! I went from 20 a day to 200 a day in literally a week. Start out with Revitt and go from there!
I know it sucks but you've gotta have backlinks, no one will find you if you don't have them. O and btw - make your hubpage something useful and new if possible...all the stupid simple ones I did are still not doing well. Anyway, good luck to all you hubbers! Lastly, it takes TIME!
Glad to see you are doing well. Thanks for the tips. Is that number for all your hubs combined, or per hub?
I will have to try that site you suggest. Every little helps.
I haven't reached 200 views yet, however, my views are increasing everyday due to the work I put into back linking. When I first started writing on HubPages I wasn't very active on the back linking or socializing by reading others work leaving and comments until recently, mainly just because I have so much to do with raising 3 kids, and always trying to put out useful quality hubs. My hubs have suffered quite a bit because of the lack of socializing and back linking. Don't get me wrong I did do a little back linking with each hub I published, however, a link on my personal facebook page barely brought in any views. Apparently I was having a momentary brain fart, as I forgot to incorporate all the other ways to back link that I learned while going to school for web design, at least until this past November when my brain decided to stop farting around and actually work.
the hub you recommended is great - i'm going through it right now... im currently on around 100-150 views altogether from my 11 hubs collectively...
Well, I must say I am envious, but I have been at this for 3 weeks so I will try this and see. Thanks for the tips.
Also, I only spend about 1-2 hrs a week (if that) on hubpages, so I'm not at CrazyIndigital's level, 3400 is rediculous! But backlinks are doing the trick, or at least starting me with a trick.
And it takes time for SEO to work...You're not going to get a ton of views w/in the first few months...learn that now so you don't get discouraged.
Read the Slight Edge if you don't believe me, it's an awesome book!
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Natalie Frank 3 weeks ago
I know it's not exactly a million or even close to it, but it still feels good, especially since it took me out a year and a half to reach 100,000 and the second 100,000 occurred in about four months. Yea!
by Beth100 5 years ago
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by wytegarillaz 8 years ago
Has anyone paid for these backlinks at all and had benefits from them ?I keep seeing the advert so thought I would ask.Thanks
by TerryGl 8 years ago
There are many .edu and .gov sites at the moment that allow a back link through either a blog dofollow comment or forum profile dofollow link.I have about three hundred such links that are auto approved in joining the forum or making a comment. ( I know, the list is gold).My question is, has anyone...
by mcbean 8 years ago
After reading another info packed hub from Mark Knowles I note he recommends not using the revenue sharing feature of sites such as Shetoldme and snipsly as your adsense code will leave a 'footprint' for google to see you are creating your own backlinks.See: ...
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