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My hubs are receiving a very few traffic from the beginning though all of my hubs are featured quality. Could you please have some tips to gain more organic traffics to my hubs?
I noticed many of the Hubs in your account are subjects with high competition. It is tough to break into and get past, mega stores, manufactures, etc. when searches are made.
One tip: write a simple keyword Google+ post about the product and your article. Sometimes Google will put this Google+ post before all the other noise. I think they do that to help boost the G+ site.
Sales may still be few and far between in my experience. I have yet to sell a camera or electronic item, even toys.
Maybe someone with lots of electronics will post what works for them.
you have alot of hubs about reviews. Maybe not everyone is interested. Maybe you could try different reviews on different items like kitchen ware, most ladies are interested
That's also a fine idea. But what about keywords? Do they play a vital role here?
The best keywords are a mostly a side effect of choosing a subject people are interested in with limited competition. If you focus on that the keywords will mostly look after themselves or maybe need just a little fine tuning.
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