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Increase Page Views on Your Hubs: Some Tips to Increase Page Views to Your Hubs

Updated on July 13, 2011

Page views an important thing for your hubs. The more page views the more traffic you will get on your hubs. Lots of ways are existed to increase the traffic i.e. the page views of your hubs. In the hub, How to Double, Even Triple Your Hubs Traffic? I describe some of the great ways to increase the hub traffic easily which generally I follow. The more pages your regular visitor read, the better job you do on your hubs. My personal experience is that on the internet an average visitor visits 1.3 pages per visit. It is mentionable that some websites have a much larger page views count on daily. In this post, I want to mention some of the ways to increase the page views of your hubs.

Tips to Get More Page Views of Your Hubs

In the followings, some important tips are mentioned to boost your page views on your hubs. Usually all these tips are very effective and may improve your stats easily:

  • Show related posts below every post you write and let your visitors do the rest. It is seen taht most of the visitors are really like related posts to read and visit. I personally encourages all hubbers to put the related hubs of each hubs.
  • Another very effective way to improve your hub page views is to link to the related posts in your post contents. Just make the like inside the contents and that all. Many people can easily go through the link when the need more information related to your hubs contents.
  • You may be write long lengthy posts. It's wise when you like to write lengthy contents, just divide the contents to part by part and create a series of hubs. It definitely creates interest to the visitors and they are really interested to read more of your hubs.
  • Other techniques which may apply to increase the page views is to group the most favorite posts and categories. It really has a great value because visitors found all the grouped contents in categories and can easily found the contents which are really necessary.This increases the page views of your hubs easily.
  • All the visitors are always interested to read fresh contents every day. So, try to publish at least one hubs per day or per week. It really helps to increase the page views of your hubs which really brings much new new visitors always.
  • I like to read the most popular posts of any website or blog. Similarly the visitors are more interested to the popular contents. So, you may add a module which may shown the most popular posts of your sites or hubs.

It is mentionable that all the tips which are mentioned in this hub is very effective to increase the page views of your hubs. There are lots of others way to increase the page views of your hubs like commenting other hubs or providing suggestions to other hubs etc. But my personal point is not to tell you all the tips rather present a quick summary which really works for your hubs to increase the hub vies. Hope, the tips may be effective if you just give a try. Moreover, please comment in the comment section if you think other tips which may be effective to increase the hub page views of your hubs.

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    • carol7777 profile image

      carol stanley 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      You have some great information here. I tend to write shorter hubs especially for recipes of which I do a lot. Thanks for good ideas.

    • Cyndi10 profile image

      Cynthia B Turner 

      6 years ago from Georgia

      Good information. The suggestion about the long hubs is really good. I try to watch being overly long, but sometimes the hub needs to be long. Breaking it up would work better, I'm sure.

    • courtlneygdtm profile image

      courtlneygdtm 

      6 years ago from United States

      Thanks for sharing this helpful information. I made a note to break up long hubs to make them separate and to add some of my most popular hubs.

      Voted up and useful!

      --courtlneygdtm

    • vocalcoach profile image

      Audrey Hunt 

      6 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      Your tips are useful and very helpful, especially for new hubbers. I am voting up for this good hub!

      vocalcoach~

    • iviskei profile image

      Kyou Capps 

      7 years ago from In your computer, stealing your internet.

      What a useful hub! Thanks for all the nifty information!

    • Brinafr3sh profile image

      Brinafr3sh 

      7 years ago from West Coast, United States

      Thanks, good information. To add, I seen on Bendo's hub (a fellow hubber), an article about bringing traffic to hubs by using Craigslist Advertising. Useful.

    • rancidTaste profile imageAUTHOR

      rancidTaste 

      8 years ago

      theindianblues thanks, for your comment. It's my pleasure that these tips are useful for you...

      thanks

    • rancidTaste profile imageAUTHOR

      rancidTaste 

      8 years ago

      angelenastanford you are right. All the tips may not be useful if someone write the poems. However, some tips may be applicable. For example, if you write poems then you can group the poems like happy category, sad category, romantic category etc. and then show related poems link. Moreover, the poems are unique and so your content become unique easily....

    • theindianblues profile image

      theindianblues 

      8 years ago from Some where on the Globe

      Very nice article and useful for the starters who wants to get the flow but no clue - like me. Good tips and let me try some of those. Thank you!

    • angelenastanford profile image

      angelenastanford 

      8 years ago from Riverview, FL

      great article, but my quedstion is, for someone like me that writes poetry some of this information isn't as beneficial to us as it is to others. Is there any additional information that you could perhaps give in the future to these scenarios?

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