I have this relatively new hub that I created 7 days back (http://noragwilt.hubpages.com/hub/Caree … Excellence) and its a topic that I have a well written article/content on. I have added 2 videos and today I changed the videos by adding brand new ones. Plus I have added some description to my videos something I had not done earlier.
My hub has a score of 74 and its a featured hub as well. But I have no one following my hub and its not getting too many viewers either.
Could someone choose to help me on how I can get my score higher and more importantly followers + views.
I read your Hub. I am certainly no expert on how to write "stellar" Hubs, believe me. I wonder if your title is Google friendly?? Try going to Google AdWords and see how popular your title is. Go to Google search and put in your title. If you don't get "outside" traffic from Google, Bing, etc., your Hub will go idle.
Just wondering why you are steering readers to jobs in India??
Hope you get some advice from other Hubbers. Good luck.
Hi Mary, I think you've made a good point. My the hub title is not great at all and its no where to be found in the search engines. I checked both bing & Google. Could you kindly give me a tip on how I could use Google AdWords and come up with an attractive SE friendly title.
Thanks in advance.
Happy to be of assistance, Nora!
I recommend auditing your Hub after reading through these two guides:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ndly-Title
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
Hope that helps!
If your topic is one that not many people search for or are interested in this could be the reason why not that many followers or views on that hub.
I just published a hub the other day too that's barely gotten any traffic. It seems a little slow the past few days
I agree with the others. The title is what draws people to your site first. No one even knows how well of an article it is unless they visit.
And I notice you have 0 followers, and are not following anyone, either, so it is less likely anyone within HubPages will notice your hubs. Interaction with the community helps.
While any traffic is good and better than none, rather than focus on HubPages traffic I would focus on search engine traffic. Make sure you give your articles titles that people are likely to type into search engines. The only hub I see on your profile is titled "It is not impossible to get a job." I think if I was a frustrated person who was having trouble finding a job, I would type in something like "Why can't I get a job?" or "Why is it so hard to get hired?" or "How to get hired" or something along those lines. The Google AdWords KeyWord tool can help you figure out which one of those would get the most hits.
Something else you can do is to write related articles and link them all together. You can write more career-related articles here, and you can also join another writing site and write a few more articles on this topic, and again link them all together.
I see that your article is currently not featured -- is tat because it is in pending due to the changes you've recently made to it? If it is not featured then search engines cannot see it. So, make sure it does get featured.
Hello all, Thanks for all your comments and advice. Taking in all the advice I created a new hub titled "Finding a Job Online" and I have received 19 views on the hub in 18 odd hours which is way more than what I received on the other hub.
Thanks again and I really hope that people like it and find it useful.
noragwilt, i feel that the more views you get does depend on the title, maybe you should tweak the title a little in order to have more people searching for your articles.
Thanks torrilynn! I'm making it a point now to have better and attractive titles for all of my new hubs. Its great to see that people come and read your hubs. That's the primary objective.
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