I had a look at the 2 hubs featured on your account. They are rather short. Generally speaking, we recommend composing Hubs that are at least 1150 words long.
Have you read all the advice given in the learning centre on how to
choose the best title?
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ndly-Title
On how to gain traffic to your hub?
On how to properly uise images?
I would also look at the " need some goals" box (top right in edit mode) and make sure all the boxes are ticked to comply with the high standards of a stellar hub. Use good photos, and most of the capsules available. Format for mobile use. It takes time to learn the ropes here but if you are dedicated and patient, then you have a good chance of attracting some traffic after several months of each article having had time to be noticed and ranked prominently in the search engines.
many hubs are hits on hubpages but misses on Google. The internet has been gluten with How to do this and How to do that. List and the usual which don't seem to be getting big traffic anymore. As for me....i am amiss miss miss and miss again. Think i will go write about celebrity gossip
Thanks Sue Adams,TimeTraveldrs2,Clivewilliams for your feedback. Its very helpful. I was feeling sad for not being seen when searched on google. Now will try better and think different. I have posted my hub on facebook. May be we have to advertise ourself.
Have a nice day
by Jonathan Cooper 17 months ago
I attempt to try my best to improve my traffic and increase my earnings of Google Adsense, but it seems that I can still earn only a little per day. Do you have any tip and suggestion on how to get more traffic for your hubs at Hubpages?
by Scott Biddulph 6 years ago
Hey Guys and Gals, Man, I have just about had it with the traffic issues here at the Hubpages. I have published over 100 hubs here in two years. I have won several awards, I have had over 10, 000 views, and I have a following of over 200 people. When this whole traffic loss debacle first occurred,...
by Jyoti Kothari 10 years ago
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by Kat McAdams 5 years ago
I had a hub that was receiving around 1,300-1,500 views per day. It was chosen as Editor's Choice. It then dropped by about 1,000 views per day. I opted out of the program, but that hub is no longer showing in Google for the keywords that brought it all the traffic before EC messed it up. How can I...
by Jennifer Richards 9 years ago
Jennifer - first of all ... don't ask for readership. Let it come. And it will come if you do the following:1. Read others work and comment/ rate it2. Take part in the forum, even if it's just asking for help or offering help to others3. Publish hubs of interest to your fellow hubbers4. Rate up...
by Annette Thomas 6 years ago
Realize it may be different for each person, but based on the average hubber, I'm wondering how many hits to, say, a fairly decent hub. 100 hits? 200 hits? Some folks may get 0 , others get 10. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's too general a question, but...
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