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Useful sites to get traffic to your hubpages.

Updated on March 6, 2011

Getting traffic to your hubpages can be a daunting task. As we know all it depends on the subject, content quality, tags used etc etc... However, the biggest advantage of hubpages is its active presence in search engines. So once you publish your hubs allow a little time for search engines to crawl. But still you can put some effort to get your hubs to be seen before they get crawled. There are few sites where you can submit your hubs to get some targetted visitors. I submitted one of my hub on these sites and the result was amazing. My hub called Power and strenght of women is doing very well. I am getting an average of 30 users daily from that hub. Isn't that good?

Now lets come to the sites I have mentioned.(Results may vary according to hub content):

1)Tagfoot: What is tagfoot? Tagfoot is a new community where you can bookmark your blogs, sites, images, videos, squidoo lenses and of course your hubs. The best thing about tagfoot is that the community is very active and a good source of getting readers to your hubs. Though they are adsense revenue sharing community but it is an option. Just make hubs and tag it in tagfoot.

2)Squoogle: Here you can add your hubpages, squidoo lenses, associated content links. It is free to join. Your submissions will be reviewed by an editor and if you qualify your links will be displayed. All it depends on the quality of your content submitted. There are many categories to choose for your links. A good way to start for your fresh hubs.

3)Ipopu: This another great bookmarking site with active users. Free to join and submit whatever you want. It is a fresj community like tagfoot I have mentioned above.A worth to try and get some readers.

Hubpages has given us a very unique feature to track your hub url. You can track number of users from each and every hubs you created.This is another opportunity to get some referrals.

How can I track my url?

When you publish your hub, your hub link will be displayed at the bottom right corner stating "link to this page".  Just click and make some custom url links.  For example "http// hub title/" can be made modified in several ways: "http// hub title/"(if you track readers from tagfoot) or http// hub title/"(in case tracking users from squoogle).  By doing so you can get an idea from where your readers are coming, what they are reading, which hub is famous etc etc....(Read carefully about your unique referral tracker in Hubpages).

Thanks for reading my hub and looking for your suggestions.


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    • ronny2005 profile image

      ronny2005 5 years ago from HubPages

      Informative Hub!

    • kknde profile image

      kknde 7 years ago from ROmania

      good info

    • katrinasui profile image

      katrinasui 7 years ago

      This is very useful hub. I learned a lot from this hub. Thanks for sharing.

    • manhan profile image

      manhan 8 years ago from Hungary (Budapest)

      darntoothysam thanks for your valuable comment. But without bookmarking your site won't get natural results from Google.I am telling from my experience.But I am not an expert. Maybe there are other ways to get traffic from Google,Yahoo or Bing.

    • darntoothysam profile image

      darntoothysam 8 years ago from Burnsville, MN

      Bookmarking doesn't get you much traffic, sorry. To get real traffic you want natural search results from Google on page 1.