Prior to making a profile at HP, I had about a dozen blogs. I decided to put up my profile link as a navigator page link on my blogs as "My Hubs". After that my earnings from HP adsense revenue share started moving. Is it the effect of links as my blogs had an existing reader base.
How much traffic was your blogs getting? And how much of that traffic is clicking through?
If the content you have on hubpages is complemented by the posts you made on your blogs then I'd be more inclined to hyperlink significant words in those posts that are related to the hubs you've published.
by Denny Lyon8 years ago
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by Marisa Wright11 months ago
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by Pandoras Box6 years ago
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by EMartin9 years ago
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by riotgrrrl8 years ago
which is the best for generating traffic?x
by Dolores Monet5 years ago
Okay, I've been here for quite some time and done quite well but still don't understand a lot. I want to put in a referral thingy on my profile - one of those 'sign up for Hubpages here' referral trackers. I see where...
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