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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.
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.
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.,,,,
Thanks for the advice.
I agree being in the public eye matters. Choice of topic is also important. My observation is few people read serious content.
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 will try thanks for the answer,
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.