I'm wondering.. maybe it's the niche they're in? It could be possibly over-blogged and hard to get traffic..
Or they just stink. Either way they're featured and altogether I've gotten 100 views in a week.
Do I have to wait for them to mature?
You'v e been here 6 days and only have 3 hubs! It will take months if not years before you gain any amount of remotely decent traffic.
Thank you. Maybe I'm being to hasty by expecting instant results.
It takes awhile to get traffic but just keep writing. Welcome.
Have you sat down and worked out how big your audience is, what you give them that the competition does not, and how you have reached out to them?
Well, I don't really see any way of building my audience without receiving traffic. Maybe I need to write more unique blogs. Thanks for the info
You might try reading what I wrote again because it was all about getting traffic. Traffic is not goop you move around with shovels. It is the attention of real people. You need to show them something they want to see.
If you are not getting the attention of people you are are:1) not showing them something they want to see, 2) someone else is doing it better, or 3) you have not told the people who want to see that stuff that you even exist.
Hence the need for a marketing plan that looks at those three elements: appeal, competition, outreach.
What are you talking about, hubs or blogs?
Hubs are not blogs, blogs are not hubs.
Who do you think has managed to find your five Hubs in the whole week you've been here?
And are you saying anything new/different that's not being said elsewhere so that there's a genuine reason for people to read your Hubs vs getting the same info from much more established pages/sources?
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