My four hubs remain Not Featured due to less traffic. I made some efforts to boost its reach (readership) but without success. Can anyone share some immediate steps/tips to increase traffic. Please help me.
It can help also to share it using your Facebook account and other social media sites found at the right side of your hub. Friends will check it out if they find it informative and interesting.
There are some ways I know to increase traffic and that is through social media. If people can't visit your posts then, make them visit it. I suggest you use twitter, facebook and gplus.
The Learning Center has an article just on this,
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Upda … se-traffic
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