I visited so many sites, each of them talks about same old way of growing traffic. Please suggest some genuine points.
I think being seen as an expert in a particular niche is the way to go, it's helped me a lot. Having a lot of articles is good but if they are all over the place then no one will read them, which is something I've also dealt with.
SEO knowledge is spewed constantly when discussing how to increase traffic but it does make a huge difference. The obvious caveats are there too like quality content, a certain word count/format, but I think being seen as an expert in a niche and SEO knowledge is most important.
The "niche" itself is also important because common areas like health or finance are extremely competitive and unless you put an incredible twist on them then you won't gain a lot of traffic.
You might want to consider Flipboard to promote your hubs. See the forum about it:
http://hubpages.com/community/forum/137 … of-traffic
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