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My experience echoes yours. When I posted every day and sometimes twice a day for a 30 day hub challenge, I got more views, but not as many as from participating in a contest, when I published fewer, and only one every few days.
I think once a week is best. Twice a week at most.
Hubs should be interesting and should have variety.I think thats what matters.
Thanks for the advice.
Well if you write one a day and they are good quality, whatever people mean by that, after a year some will be getting a lot of traffic and some none. Which ones prosper is a matter of chance, not quality.
I like to try to produce quality but.,,,,
Good point. I've noticed when I participate in a contest or attempt a 30 day hub challenge, I gain followers exponentially compared with publishing the same number of hubs over time. You're right that remaining in the public eye helps.
Good hubs don't alway attract attention. I have a suspicion that certain types of bad hubs get a lot of friendly traffic, but have not worked out how to write such bad hubs. :(
Ha ha! You're funny Alex. And right. It's got to be well-presented AND on a topic people are looking for. There's a lot of great material out there that interest only a few people. I know. All I need to do is look at my own low hub traffic! LOL
I am thinking that hubs should be of variety.I have seen hubs that took a lot of time but lacks traffic due to variety and interest.
I agree being in the public eye matters. Choice of topic is also important. My observation is few people read serious content.
Hi NWD, would you mind to explain about related backlinks, as I am new her on HP.
Related backlinks are links pointing to your hub from sites with related content. These kind of links are very strong and give a great boost in the SERPs. The end result will be a good place in the SERPs driving huge amounts of traffic to your hub.
I will try thanks for the answer,