Trafiic Help needed

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  1. SEO Expert Kerala profile image57
    SEO Expert Keralaposted 13 years ago

    I have more than  70 hubs now ,but i get a few traffic from outside .some one told me  that social book marking is best for generating traffic (digg,twitter etc) but i have 70 hubs so it difficult to add my 70 url in all the social bookmarking sites .

    Is there any way for submitting to all social sites with one click ? or getting huge traffic for my hubs?

    1. Mark Knowles profile image59
      Mark Knowlesposted 13 years agoin reply to this


      Send me $5,000 through the email on my profile page via paypal and I guarantee success for your Solar Energy Operation. I am an expert in this area. wink

    2. SEO Expert Kerala profile image57
      SEO Expert Keralaposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Thank You aireanna,freelanceauthor,charlemont for your nice reply .Always try to be active in forums and help others .
      "Service the rent we pay for our room in earth"

      1. foreclosure2010 profile image61
        foreclosure2010posted 13 years agoin reply to this
    3. Kmadhav profile image61
      Kmadhavposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I bookmarked my hubs in reddit,stumbleupon I got traffic from. you should bookmarked the hubs. Make friends on hubpages and give appropriate comment on their hubs. Ask topic in forumus. Write very good quality content. Give interlinking of all hubs you wrote on topic. Use google adword tool for keyword research. Title of hubs is already factor. 

      Apply these tips and hope you will get traffic.

      check my hub … taRecovery

  2. nicomp profile image64
    nicompposted 13 years ago

    Based on your handle, SEO Expert Kerala, I would expect you to be telling us this stuff. wink

    1. darkside profile image74
      darksideposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      What they said ^

      Then again, SEO might stand for Solar Energy Operation tongue

      1. lakeerieartists profile image63
        lakeerieartistsposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Add me into this (above)

        1. SEO Expert Kerala profile image57
          SEO Expert Keralaposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          Thanks Guys ,I think this forum is 'Need Help?Ask Here' but after posting this topic ,I think it is 'Need Help ?Don't Ask Here ' .Search it find the help you own  .When What the need of this forum .
          Some One call Me 'Solar Energy Operation Expert' .....
          Am expert in SEO field (Website Optimization for search engine ,Using meta tags ,Keyword stuffing etc...)But in hubpages I cann't do nothing in html/PHP .Only thing i can do is writing that why i ask help from other experienced Hubbers .

          Sorry for that .....

          1. johnr54 profile image50
            johnr54posted 13 years agoin reply to this

            That's a bit dated idea of what works these days, but more power to you.  In my experience you're better off getting links.  But bookmarking is tricky, as many of them either nofollow the links, or have banned Hubpages because of the abuse from some Hubbers trying to build links.

            Here's a suggestion.  Write about something that someone's searching for.  Try the Google Keyword tool to find something people are actually searching for.


            Then for only on page SEO worth messing with, try putting the keywords first in the title.  Don't keyword stuff the article, just write naturally.  The internal linking in Hubpages can get a lot of Hubs to rank on their own without a ton of external linking. 

            Try that and see how it works for you.

          2. profile image55
            aireannaposted 13 years agoin reply to this

            SEO Expert,

            Thank you for the nice comments! I wish I could spend more time on hubpages, but right now with working on my Master's and working full-time this summer hubpages is more like a hobby. I'm hoping to figure out how to make some revenue from writting to assist with the bills when I do my Student Teaching in the Spring of 2010. Hopefully, I'll get more time for writting in hubpages it is more fun than doing my homework oh well.

      2. profile image50
        MSmithHubposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        darkside: That's a great one.

  3. Dale Mazurek profile image65
    Dale Mazurekposted 13 years ago

    Its funny you call your self SEO expert.  I really dont pay attention too much to stuff like Digg.  Some people swear by it.  To me its about optimizing my keywords plus writing some articles related to the hub.

    Yes everything is time consuming but if you are persistant you will be surprised at the traffic you can get.

    One more thing.  Im sure if you do a few traffic searches here you will get more ideas than you know what to do with.

  4. Misha profile image63
    Mishaposted 13 years ago

    LOL SEO Expert lol Blind leading blinds lol

  5. profile image55
    aireannaposted 13 years ago

    The best way I have found so far for driving traffic to my hubs is utilizing key words. Like you when I first started I only got a little bit of traffic; then once I realized how other users on hubpages with high scores utilized key words I added more key words into my hubpages and my traffic increased. Tonight, I just found a new way to add key words that is really simple and gives novices to key words a good strategy. After writing and publishing you hubpage, click on the hub from your account. Then scroll over to where your tags are listed you will see the tags you already used and suggested tags. You can click on the suggested tags and that key word will be add into your tags for that hub. After adding in tags, you can click on update suggested tags and it will tell you if they have any additional suggestions for you. I highly suggest trying this strategy and see if your traffic increase. Check out my hubs and get an idea of how tags are used for driving traffic.

  6. freelanceauthor profile image59
    freelanceauthorposted 13 years ago

    Check my hub for other ideas. Bookmarking greatly increased traffic to my hubs, it is easy once you have installed a toolbar. Another way is to maximize tags. I increased my tags related to my article and it increased my page views.

  7. charlemont profile image76
    charlemontposted 13 years ago

    For social bookmarking some people use either free web-based services like or desktop software There's an array of server-based tools as well.
    But promoting that many hubs in one and same way can get you in trouble.
    I personally don't value traffic from bookmarking sites and don't struggle to get loads of it. They're poor clickers.

  8. profile image55
    aireannaposted 13 years ago

    Have you considered just posting a link to your profile page on hubpages to the social websites because it will take people directly to your profile, where there are a listing of all your hubs. This is the only way that I can think of for not posting the hub page address for all 70 hubs.

  9. profile image52
    MsOpportunityposted 13 years ago

    You know guys, there is no such thing as a stupid question, just stupid people who make fun of the asker.

    Asker is not a word, but for the sake of this conversation I am making it one, and I charge a dollar for it's usage.

         Her (or His, I always consider a person asking for help a woman since we all know, as a majority, men would rather drive around in circles for hours before asking anyone {including the woman next to him holding a GPS} for direction.) name really has nothing to do with her question.  I am MsOpportunity, does that mean that if I have a question about Opportunity I should stifle it? 
         What better question for a person who makes it their business to optimize search engine queries or makes it her business to pull people to a website, than a question in regards to how to implement her area of expertise onto a different platform?
         May the man without sin cast the first stone.  How can you learn if you are never taught?  I am sure in your past you have asked questions others thought were silly.
         If you were ridiculed every single time you didn't know how something was done you would spend your day locked in a rubber room reciting the alphabet within months.

  10. Misha profile image63
    Mishaposted 13 years ago

    You are missing the point MsO. smile It's OK to not know something, we all do. It's not OK to declare yourself an expert in this same something at the same time. smile

    Pretty much like I would call myself Spelling Expert DC, and then ask about proper spelling of say, love smile

    1. anjalichugh profile image67
      anjalichughposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I would say ..luv. smile

    2. darkside profile image74
      darksideposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      It reminds me of an Adsense Forum I used to frequent, one guy called himself AdsenseMaster or AdsenseGuru. He'd ask the most basic of questions. Stuff that people who had two weeks experience of Adsense would already know.

      And occasionally he'd give advice or answers to other peoples questions, and the advice was at best, wrong. At times it was even fraudulent.

      I PMed him and said that if he wanted to change his username it wouldn't be too much of a problem. He replied and from what I could gather, he must have thought I was on drugs for suggesting such a thing.

  11. flread45 profile image63
    flread45posted 13 years ago

    Well it seems to me that you are getting a lot of traffic here.

  12. Misha profile image63
    Mishaposted 13 years ago

    See, I take your word on this Anjali. smile

    Luv ya too smile


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