Week 2 - To be eligible, post the name of a hub you've written which you think is awesome, but gets low traffic. I'll select my fave and share it across all my social media and pin the share to the top of all my accounts. Yes, I'm happy for you to post the same hub in more than one week's thread.
I know there are a lot of great hubs out there which deserve shares. Social media is NOT a good way to get longterm traffic (although Google does include social shares in SEO to a certain extent). A big spike from social media can also sometimes give you a nice little boost while you wait for Google to realise you're alive.
So I'm going to offer to post ONE hubber's hub on all my personal social media - that's about 30,000 followers across Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and Pinterest. If it happens to cross topics with some of my other social media pages, I'll post it there too.
Disclaimer: I retain the right to choose any hub, on any topic, for any reason - ones with MFP or great images are likely to catch my eye. I make no guarantees about the traffic you will or will not get from my shares. My followers fall mostly into the following categories: journalists, bloggers, parenting, natural health, medical, birth (doulas, midwives), writers, Australia, England and America.
This week's entry will be chosen on Friday, Sept 25th. After that, you'll have to wait for my next thread if you'd like to try again.
This sounds interesting. Sometimes you write what you think the best hub ever only to find that there isn't enough traffic for it.
I'm glad you do this and I would like you to take a look at this hub.
http://nadeemkoudsi.hubpages.com/hub/10 … a-vacation
How to Put Yourself First | Self-Care Tips for Givers and Busy People
Thanks for considering mine, Susannah.
What a lovely idea! Thanks. This one is the hub that needs a bit of a boost:
http://nell-rose.hubpages.com/_3irgbjxg … -Different
Susanna, this is a very generous offer by you and a great initiative. I had trouble choosing one hub but decided on "A Letter to Google":
Nice offer, Wrylilt. Here's my entry:
http://howardallen.hubpages.com/hub/5-T … ou-To-Know
Thanks for considering it.
OK, I'll play. This is my newest:
http://fatfreddyscat.hubpages.com/hub/K … ums-Review
Thanks Sue, for the opportunity. My selection is about memory.
http://brakel2.hubpages.com/hub/Photogr … ry-Reality
Ok, this week I'm choosing: How to Put Yourself First | Self-Care Tips for Givers and Busy People
However I'm also going to give a shoutout to:
Photographic Memory; Good Memory; Myth vs Reality
5 Things Bakeries Don't Want You To Know
...For being awesome.
Thanks for sharing all your hubs!
Thanks Wrylilt. I appreciate you taking your time to do this.
Thanks Wrylilt for your nice comment and for your help with our hubs.
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