i had published more than 100 hubs. In which 33 are poetry. Now my overall traffic is increased. But my poetry did not earn mush... How can improve my traffic to my poems ?
Poetry doesn't get as much traffic from Google. If you have lots of social media followers, try sharing them on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ instead. Pinterest can also bring traffic if you have pinnable pictures on your poetry hubs.
To get more hits from search engines, including the word "poem" or "poetry" in your titles can help. This hub has some more tips for you.
http://cardisa.hubpages.com/hub/SEO-Tip … nd-Fiction
Unfortunately, poetry is not a popular genre, especially with search engines.
It is more something readers stumble upon, and if in the right mood/frame of mind, may read.
It's just not a popular form of writing at the moment, irrespective of how good it is.
by Sarah Spradlin 8 months ago
I pretty much have the same amount of traffic everyday but last week 5 of my hubs were moved to niche sites and since then I've has less half the traffic as normal. What could cause that?
by bizgrrl 2 years ago
I'm disappointed that there is barely any traffic to my Hubs. I was getting more with Squidoo. What's this about?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Friday night and Saturday daytime have less traffic for me.Have other hubbers noticed this trend with their views?
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
I haven't seen traffic improvement at all after adding more hubs. With few of the new ones actually have nice traffic, and the newest with more fake traffic of my own, yet the overall traffic often has decreased, or stay the same, wondering why. This is discouraging
by JulieBMack 7 years ago
Is it typical to see less traffic on the weekends?It seems that web traffic goes down quite a lot on the weekend. Is this true with HubPages, too.
by Albin Pius 5 years ago
There are lots of fellow poets in here at hubpages some do not even focus on getting search engine traffic to them but writes to enjoy.If you have an idea on increasing traffic to poems please share.
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