If you read peoples' hubs and leave comments, publish hubs-lots of good quality hubs, make links to your hubs. All of these things are covered in hubs written by the poeple who write here they are the best way to learn tips and to find out how to do things the HubPages way.
15 ways to increase traffic to your websites or on hubpages.com. Simple and easy to follow. read more
1. Publish unique, well written hubs
2. Read and rate up other's hubs
3. Use the forum - to help others or purely for fun, but do use it.
4. Ask questions (as you already have)
5. Gain external traffic - i.e. search engine traffic
6. Rate up answers left by others
7. Answer questions (as I'm doing now)
8. Flag sub-standard hubs - but make sure you're aware of the TOS as flagging indiscriminately won't help the site admin
9. Rinse and repeat steps 1 through 8
Read this please by Rebecca E
You will get few answers.
Why Should We Care? 15 Ways To Increase Traffic To A Hub
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
What is the best way to increase comments and accolades received on a hub?What is the single best way to increase interest in your hubs? And what is the best way to increase the most obvious evidence of interest in your hubs - namely, comments and accolades received? After nearly 2 years on...
by Ann Carr 3 years ago
Do you always leave a comment if you read a hub?I have followers whom I've never seen in the comments sections and just wondered what other hubbers think about the comments in general. Do you leave comments when you read? Sometimes? Always? Never? Please give your reasons with...
by imadork 9 years ago
I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Maybe it is due to my severe impatience (or my inability to write a decent hub), but by-God I want more traffic! Do my hubs suck? Bad topics? Bad writing? Any suggestions?
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
There is a new Hub Hopper that is available today. I've posted some details about it on the blog and set this thread up to discuss it and to get feedback. *Note, the Hopper is only collecting data right now, but will soon be used to select Hubs to feature.
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
I was hub hopping and had to flag a few hubs for being substandard (word count). One hub had exactly 10 words and 2 photos. There should be a way the system prevents you from publishing a hub like that except if it's in the poetry section.
by Donaisabella 6 years ago
Do you ever leave comments on hubs that you have not read in full?Once in a while I see comments on hubs that suggest that the writer did not take time or care to engage the writer by fully reading the hub before commenting. A lot of times a hub makes great reading but the sheer content of the hub...
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