I am a little new to the hubpages thing and I wanted to see if anyone would share their marketing methods. I am hearing that it takes about 6 months before these hubs take off with traffic.
Has anyone been able to get them to take off any faster? If so how did you market them?
Another forum with some answers
--> ways to promote our hubs- feel free to jump in
I don't know how to link to it, sorry, lol
Dame scribe - just go to the page and cut and paste the URL from your browser like this -
There's some excellent suggestions in this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/14336
Thank You all for your comments. I read a good post on directories today and I was accepted to it today. The directory accepts squidoo pages and hubpages. I thought I add it in this thread if anyone was interested.
I'm a great fan of article marketing and you can add the links to your hubpages on most places....
I posted this message a little while ago to another forum...I wrote out some tips & tricks that I use to get traffic (through keyword selection).
Arguably, the best way to promote your hubs is to work on optimizing them for search engines and making search engine traffic your target and end goal.
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