I have been writing for HubPages and have published quite a few of them but I am not getting much traffic in my Hubs which is making me discouraged. Could anyone suggest me some ideas or give me some tips as to how can I get traffic in my Hubs?
I can suggest you do a lot of reading. Check out this thread:
and others like it.
You need to start with the basics.....
Is anyone searching for what you write? - Use the Google Keyword Planner to check your titles/keywords to see if anyone is searching for them and how many... If no one is searching for what you write then you will not get traffic...
What is the competition like? - Do a google search using your titles and keywords and see what else comes up - if the first page is full of well established authority sites then you are not going to be getting on the first page of google!
What I could suggest is to share your hub on social media like Pinterest, then share your pinterest link on your Facebook page.
thanks PinoyMOM. I have been doing that. Sharing in Facebook isnt giving much traffic but trying to write more on attractive topics now
My account started doing better after I had about 50 or 60 articles. I think search engines prefer larger accounts. At least, that was the advice a couple of years ago -- I know things change quickly. If that is still the case, I advise you to add more content.
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by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
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by Laryssa 4 years ago
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by CONSCIOUSNINJA 7 years ago
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