hi...i'm a new user of HubPages...how do i get people to click on my blogs? how do i increase user traffic?
also, i tried signing up with amazon.com for their ads display...there they are asking for a webpage or url...how do i get that?
We have a short tutorial on how to get more traffic, but if you look through old forum posts there are a lot of other ideas that might help you. One of the most important things is to use a title for your hub that is something someone might search for. You can find some good examples of search friendly topics under the requests tab.
The URL you want to use when signing up for amazon is the URL to your profile page at HubPages, which is:
i've never been much of a writer who uses too many flowery expressions and lucid details...did try that out but it didnt work out!
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This link is for bloggers who have their own sites. But the tips are very useful information. http://www.jeffbullas.com/2015/08/13/13 … ign=buffer
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