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Last year, I did a few threads where I offered to share one hub to my social media accounts (which at a guess, have 200,000 or so followers across both my personal and topical accounts). Instead of doing weekly ones, I want to just have one ongoing thread.
To be eligible, post the name of a hub you've written which you think is awesome, but gets low traffic. Every few days (or when I'm looking for fresh content for my pages), I'll go through and grab some of your links, then reply that I've shared them. Please don't post more than once every 7 days, if you want to post multiple hubs.
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 (or if you're lucky, some good organic backlinks) while you wait for Google to realise you're alive.
So I'm going to offer to post hubs I like on both my personal and where relvent, my topical social media - across Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest and others.
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. You may have a fantastic hub but if it's on a topic I think won't really get much traction with my audience, I won't post it. My followers fall mostly into the following categories: marketers, journalists, bloggers, parenting, natural health, medical, birth (doulas, midwives), writers, Australia, England and America.
Thanks for the generous offer. Would love it if you would share the hub, I may have been born a twin but now I am one of a kind. I think I am correct in saying that you will grab the Link yourself if you deem it suitable. I don't think I am allowed to post it here!
Tweeted, Googled Plussed and scheduled on FB!
Just wanted to say that I had 30 visitors to that Hub yesterday which has not happened in a while. II am sure is all down to your generosity here. I thought you might enjoy a little feedback. Thank you so much.
Thanks for the generous offer. Here is my hub: "A List of Probiotic and Fermented Foods That Will Improve Your Life".
Do you need some SM activity on some of your hubs?
Here is mine I thought might go well with your audience " Happy Parenting Wishes―New Born Baby Messages from Parents to Friends". Thanks for this great offer.
For your consideration: "Is Circle Time Harmful to Children? Why Whole Group Instruction Is Overused at Preschool."
Thanks, WryLilt. This is a cool offer.
Shared on my personal Twitter and retweeted on my Pregnancy/Parenting Twitter. Queued on my Pregnancy/Parenting Facebook page.
Thank you for this generous and community-minded offer, WryLilt!
Thanks Wrylilt! Here is my contribution.
"Why It's Vital to Use the Right Emotion When Training Your Dog."
It didn't get the traffic I expected upon releasing it. A version of it that I wrote for sports dog trainers did get great traffic, so I was hoping this one would take off. I think it has helpful information for those who live with or train their dogs.
I appreciate your gracious offer to let us throw our Hubs in the hat, and I know whatever Hubs you pick will get nice boosts.
Mine might not fit in your subjects, but " How to Eat Well at Buffet" might be of interest for people who eat. Thanks for the opportunity.
I thought this one would have done better, since people are trying to use natural products and go back to a more natural life style. Thanks for letting me take you up on your offer:
Essential Oils Are Still Relevant Today
http://hubpages.com/health/Essential-Oi … -and-Usage and https://exemplore.com/healing/Heal-Your … -Crystals. I forgot the URLs.Thanks Wrylilt.
Thanks Rochelle Franke, shared to Twitter and Google Plus!
What a generous offer! I'm relatively new to Hub Pages. Most of my hubs are featured but even so I'm not getting a lot of traffic yet. Hope you like my article Top Tips For Visiting Venice on a Shoestring Budget. Now following you!
Double red arrows show that it worked, thank you!
Thank you for the generous offer.
I don't know if travel would fit your audience's interests but her is one anyway: Making the Most of Monaco - 10 Tips.
You are incredibly generous - I have a hub about Sudocrem, can be used to treat several things. (It is a Diaper rash cream that can be used for other things and thought sorta fits with your baby knowledge?! Very tenuously.)
Thanks for this effort to help everyone out! I am not sure if the readers of your social media account will be interested in this, but I have a hub I wrote some time back that I feel should be getting more interest than it should. It is entitled "Best Ways to Recycle, Compost, and Use Dog Waste" and since there are so many dog owners out there that just throw their dog´s poo into the trash, it would benefit a lot of potential readers.
Things are bad enough. Dog owners do not need to add to the landfill problem around the world!
Thank you again for the kindness you are showing to hubbers who need that extra boost.
A kind gesture, I would like to try but I know my articles are outside the categories you focus on.
This is a very nice thing that you do for your fellow Hubbers WryLilt. I know it's time consuming.
Here is mine for your consideration:
Recipe for a Scrambled Egg Cheese Omelet Sandwich
Thanks for the wonderful offer!
I scoured my hubs and thought this might be up your alley. There is discussion of pregnant mothers eating clay. lol "The Dirt On Why Your Neighbor and Your Dog Eat Dirt"
I have another one for your consideration, Wrylilt. It's "How to Break Free of Your Dysfunctional Family and Start a New Empowered Life." It fits in your parent category. Thanks!
It's been eight days, so I can post another link. This is my "Grandma's Heirloom Northern Chili Noodle Recipe: Easy and Under-30-Minutes" Hub with a nice photo at the top. This recipe is amazingly good, and it's super easy too. It doesn't get the traffic a lesser recipe of mine does. Because of this, it hasn't been reviewed yet for a niche site. Getting a spike in traffic could help it get reviewed and put into a niche site where it can shine.
Thank you again!
Here is one that might fit for you. "Common Cold Medicine Ingredients and What They Do"
Thanks Wrylit for giving us this great opportunity.
I'd like to nominate my hub "Make a Bucket List and Challenge Yourself".
This is a generous offer that you're making and I'd like to be considered for your posting.
here is the hub I think needs more love. "How to Have a Successful Pet Sitting Business"
Mine is this one, "15 Important Things You Should Know Before Buying Content on iWriter"
I think it can fit in the bloggers category.
Thank you, WryLilt,
I have had a lot of positive appreciation on this simple idea:
http://hubpages.com/living/Increase-Org … y-Solution
Hey WryLilt, very cool of you to make this offer to help the community! It has been noticed, and has generated a feeling of goodwill here on HP.
For your consideration, if you'd like to share something controversial and thought-provoking, please consider "Pregnancy Will Appear Barbaric in 100 Years."
If that doesn't float your boat, no problem; I can come back next week with a different thought based on what your readers are interested in. Thanks!
by Trudy Cooper3 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by Susannah Birch2 years ago
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, but sometimes it can give you a nice little boost while you wait for Google to realise you're...
by Paul Maplesden5 years ago
I’ve been reading many questions on the forums about how to get more traffic to your hubs. I’m a great believer in testing something, analysing the results, refining and sharing, and I approached the subject of how...
by Susannah Birch2 years ago
I'm bored. Ok correction, I'm procrastinating. I randomly come on and off the forums and on this return visit I've seen SO many people questioning why their hubs aren't making money and/or getting traffic.So for as long...
by kelleyward5 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me...
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