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Traffic Building on Hubpages 101

Updated on June 4, 2010

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How do we help each other?

Something here for everyone of all experience levels.

If there were a way that you could get 200 diggs per article.....?

What are some of the benefits of and other social bookmarking?

1. Digg is great for notifying all the search engine bots that your site exists and has been updated.

2. It creates a powerful back link that will move your site up in search engine ranking position.

3. It creates a second link to your site that also gets ranked in a Google search. But it has much authority and will rank high on Google.

4. You will get traffic from Digg fans and readers.

5. Enough Diggs in a short period of time will get you on the front page of Digg. This can get you 10,000 to 50,000 hits in a single day and repeat visitors to your site.
6. Attracting outside traffic in to your Hubpage is good for you and everyone else on Hubpages.
7. Bringing traffic to Hubpages can't hurt your Hub scores!

This kind of traffic can be monitized with adsense or affiliate links.


You'd probably want to know how. Wouldn't you?

Take a look at these two images.

"Hubshare1" is the lower portion of a typical Hub and I've put a RED CIRCLE around the "Share" button.
Click on the "Share" button and you arrive at the "Share this page..." window.

See "Hubshare2" image below.
From there, you can click on as many of the social networks that you want to use. I've included RED DOTS next to the ones I use most often.
Don't forget to use the "Share with followers" [on Hubpages] button as it will alert all your followers of your new article. I use this one first, because you won't leave that screen and you can quickly move on to another choice.


How do we help each other?

There is a group over on Facebook called, "Digg and be Dugg".  Members there post what they want dugg on the group wall and other diggers digg it for them.  The group is based on PARTICIPATION and RECIPROCITY.  If you want your stuff to get lots of diggs, then digg everyone else's.  Check for the link in this article.

OK, now I have a question.  Can we get an organized effort for digging amongst Hubbers?Is there a forum for that?  Somewhere we can post articles to be dugg?


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      7 years ago

      Fabulous hub! These are the very hubs I like most - helping one another become more successful! So happy I came across you and look forward to your future writings.

      If a group has not yet been started on Hubpages to

      "Digg" eachother's hub's - it should be!! Let me know what I can do to help with this if you are still interested.

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      Mark Monroe 

      8 years ago from Dover De

      Thanks for the advise

    • agvulpes profile image


      8 years ago from Australia

      This is a very interesting article and I surely will bookmark it and check out your group on FB when I get there :-)

    • suny51 profile image


      8 years ago

      Hi FCEtier

      That is really very good information.Thank you.

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Good Guy,

      "I thought our followers will be auto notified once we have our new hub out. Why is there a need to click "share with followers?"

      I'm not sure. I figured an extra reminder wouldn't hurt! LOL

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      Justin Choo 

      8 years ago from Malaysia

      Hi FCEtier,

      I thought our followers will be auto notified once we have our new hub out. Why is there a need to click "share with followers?"

      Thanks for sharing "Digg". I have plenty to learn. In fact I have twitter and facebook, but not familiar with them. Will have to learn fast.

      And thanks for "following" me.

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      Derek D 

      8 years ago from United States


      The only way to tell would be to put it out there and see how many people are interested.

      With as large of a community here at Hubpages, the ability for Hubbers to help "digg" each others Hubs has the potential to benefit all that participate....

      I think it amounts to time invested vs benefits (i.e traffic). I certainly don't mind investing time into something that reaps results.

      I would certainly be interested in giving it a shot !!!!!



    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain


      Yes you have to be on FB to participate. Right now, we're ave about 15 diggs per article and growing all the time.

      It takes a concerted effort to get 200+ diggs. Some companies actually pay people to digg their stuff for them. I can't afford that.

      Do you think there's sufficient interest to start a group on Hubpages to digg each other's articles?

    • Derek D profile image

      Derek D 

      8 years ago from United States

      I haven't had much success with "Digg" in terms of traffic.

      No matter what I submit, it doesn't seem to get enough "diggs" to drive traffic to make it worth while.......I will say it's been great for getting my HUBS indexed.

      However this group you are referring to on Facebook, sounds interesting. I take it you have to be a Facebook memeber !!!!!!!

      Thanks for the info !!!!!!!!!

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Thank you Peggy! I consider that a nice compliment!

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      Peggy Woods 

      8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      ..."just a photographer." Worse things could be said about a person if their photography is good. :-)

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Thank you, epigramman!

      It's a bit of both. I took to writing so show another side of my artistic ability -- didn't want people to think I was just a photographer.

      While I cannot directly attribute any of my online photography sales to Hubpages, sales are in fact up!

    • epigramman profile image


      8 years ago

      my my what an interesting gentleman you are - and you look so debonair in that hat!

      A class act I'd say just like your hubs.

      And referring to this page - in your editorial opinion is hubpages more about commerce than art - or a bit of both?

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Thank you purple and K9.

    • K9keystrokes profile image

      India Arnold 

      8 years ago from Northern, California

      This is realy cool information! Thank you for helping a newbee find a new direction.

    • purpleangel47 profile image


      8 years ago from Baltimore, Maryland

      Thank you FCEtier ... I'm still learning about all the ways to drive traffic to my hubs - something I need badly. I definitely appreciate your info. Great to make your acquaintance. :)

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Thanks Pam & Lady_E. I hope you (and all the other commenters) look me up on FB and join the group over there!

    • Lady_E profile image


      8 years ago from London, UK

      Very useful info. Thanks.

      Glad I read it.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      8 years ago from Sunny Florida

      I do post my hubs on Digg and several other places but I don't get that many people checking them out. I will check our the Facebook site. Thanks for an interesting hub.

    • FCEtier profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Cold Mountain

      Great gramarye and welcome aboard!

      Please encourage your fellow hubbers to join, too.

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      8 years ago from Adelaide - Australia

      Great, I've bookmarked, rated up and will follow up soon. See you on Digg and be Dugg within a few days.

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      Apostle Jack 

      8 years ago

      I went to the site,it's family like.Thinks for sharing.


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