How Do You Revive Dormant Hubs That You Posted Several Months Ago?
Chances are that if they're dead, they'll remain dead. Unless you can revive it by bringing in traffic from other sites, I wouldn't count on getting many new visitors. I wish you all the best, The_Boss.
It is important that you create links on other sites that refer back to your hubpage. The more links you create for the hub the more traffic will be directed to that hub from outside sources. Once traffic increases your hub score will go up again.
There are two kinds of traffic. One from fellow Hubbers. That will get a new Hub some initial traffic which will soon drop off drastically. The other type is from the search engines. That should start off slow and build to a more or less steady level. Maybe some gradual decline over time. But you get that latter type only if you have a topic that people outside of Hub Pages are actually searching for.
Bottom line, you need to get links so that Google, etc., give you some love.
I find doing some keyword research and changing or tweaking my hub title has really helped with some of my flagging hubs. One of mine was getting around 50 views a day which was ok, then i added a couple of carefully researched words to the title and it now gets around 350 views a day.
I also recommend getting some good backlinks.
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