I have recently started on Hub Pages and i have a few hubs on the go. Although i have been put up for Rising star this week for the granola recipe, does anyone have tips for how to get more traffic to my hubs. i see many experienced hubbers and they do get regular visitors.....so how do you do it?
Whenever you're finished writing a hub, Like it on Facebook and Tweet it. Also, you'll want to look more into social bookmarking and finding the right keywords to use. Keyword are everything. Find the right ones and the money will come.
I highly recommend you use the search bar at the top to do a search, how to get traffic there are lots of Hubs on this topic and tonnes of information
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