Is it by the quality of your hubs or the frequency of your communication in the community? I've seen different articles that encouraged people to get noticed by being more social, claiming that that would increase interest and traffic; and then on the other hand, I' ve recently read articles where the writer stressed the quality of the writing as the most important variable. Which do you think it is?
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One more thing for more traffic, If you get comments on your hub, it's like new content, and Google likes new content, so when answering questions or comments, slip the keyword in your comment because it adds to the content, and the more content you
I don't mind that it was long winded...it was good info, and that's what I'm looking for. I really appreciate your time in giving me that answer. Thanks.
It would have been longer but Hubpages cut me off, then I tried to continue in the comments but I was cut off there too,lol. Glad I could help, and if you ever need advice, you know where to find me :)
Thanks Wes. I appreciate that info.
Actually, that's similar to my goals as well, although I would still continue to write, simply because I love sharing info. I've been trying to get a handle on the social bookmarking thing, but I don't fully understand the system yet. Thanks.
I think your first paragraph sums it up for me T. I started out just writing. Then, I read a few articles that stated that you have to get more involved in the community, so I've been tinkering with that, but I really don't see that much in results.
My second most successful page here has a lot of comments on it....very very few of those are from the Hubpages community.
The Hubpages community and their comments are vastly over rated in terms of gauging success.
I agree, yet, it is extremely beneficial regardless. One of my best traffic hubs comes majorily from Hub Pages. It receieves some search engine views, but, since I have created it it seems everyone wants to read it (Even though the Hub score is 79).
Thank you NC4Life. You too, Wes.
Marketing is a little bit of a struggle for me. I do some, but time is an issue. Like you, I want that long term traffic. This makes more sense to me. So I think I'm just going to invest in writing great articles, and leave the social thing alone.