I'm trying to get more traffic to my hub page. I have gone and registered to reddit & bravenet. But I sure don't know how to work around thier webpages!! I'm new to this and want to get more traffic going to Leah's web page-HELP!
One thing you could do is build links pointing to your hubpage.Find related blogs, use free marketing forums and put the hubpage URL in your sig-file.Here is a link to a blog (not my own) that explains link building in-depth.
http://www.peterleehc.com/blog/work-fro … tarts-here
Another thing that works for sure is getting involved in online communities.I write fiction and submit it to archives with my e-mail and profile URLs in the PDF file.
I also post relevant topics in forums and I have a signature that advertises my profile. I have had some negative feedback as people called me pretentious and a few took some personal hits at me, but not at the actual content. But out of nearly a hundred people that visited my site within the first day, only four of these had bad things to say. So, it was worth it.
Jealousy makes you nasty, I suppose. All they really do is sit around in forums all day anyway.
You seem to be using HubPages like it's a blog and that's not what the platform was designed to do, so traffic may stay a problem for you unless you really work to drive it to your Hubs.
Thanks for all of your help!! I greatly appreciate it.
Isn't Hub like blogging? I guess when it comes to things like this I'm totally in the dark! SORRY!!
I tried "blogging" and felt I got no where. My focas is to write stories, around our traveling, but in our pups eyes, and how I think she sees life as it is. It's to put a bit of humor and maybe a tear or two. All thiat has been written on HUB is true and has happen thus far.
How would you suggest I change my Hub?
Tommen; Thaks for the link, I'm going there now to do some reading and maybe learn a few things.
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