1. Everyday Miracles profile image86
    Everyday Miraclesposted 8 years ago

    Chuck has a hub about cultivating your hubs. I've read and reread that hub so many times that I think I have it memorized or something. Anyway, I started to go through and make some effort to fix up older hubs of mine, following his advice and Shailini's tips as well. My traffic immediately took a boost. I couldn't believe it!

    I guess it goes without saying that the more hubs one publishes the more traffic one will see. My graph in Analytics looks beautiful to me because it just keeps right on climbing!

    What are your experiences with editing and cultivating your hubs? How much has this changed your traffic patterns?

  2. girly_girl09 profile image77
    girly_girl09posted 8 years ago

    Thank your for these two resources...I'm going to go look into them! Some of my first hubs are starting to decline (although I've only been a member for 5 days now lol) but I think its because I had a different method when I first started. My newer hubs are more 'eye-catching'.

  3. Everyday Miracles profile image86
    Everyday Miraclesposted 8 years ago

    That's how it works. I have discovered that there really isn't anything wrong with going back and adjusting the earlier hubs to reflect a style that you find works.

    It does take quite some time to get real traffic going, but I am beginning to draw in a fair bit of search engine traffic now. One of my hubs is seventh on the first page of Google now, which is great!

    One thing that you also need to consider is that the novelty of girly_girl09 starts to wear off after about a week or so wink You'll see less hubbers leaping on the newbie and your traffic will become more organic and "genuine" (which is a good thing for revenue!).