Just wondering in your opinion how to drive traffic to your hub?

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  1. darrinintheden profile image59
    darrininthedenposted 14 years ago

    Just wondering in your opinion how to drive traffic to your hub?

  2. Paul Edmondson profile imageSTAFF
    Paul Edmondsonposted 14 years ago

    I have a fairly simple idea about driving traffic to a content site.  It's the content that is king.  Great content attracts links.  So create several pieces of content that are tightly related and link them together in a useful way.  For example, you might create a series of hubs on skin care.  Then link the related hubs together.  This is sort of a portfolio approach in that if one hub gains natural links, then the others will share in it.  This will then increase traffic to the other content as well.

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    Patty Inglish, MSposted 14 years ago

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    Patty Inglish, MSposted 14 years ago

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  5. drbj profile image78
    drbjposted 13 years ago

    Content that is original and informative works. Links work. And following the information in my hub on How to Generate More Traffic works!

  6. talfonso profile image85
    talfonsoposted 13 years ago

    I agree with the content is king remark - and I try as much as possible to generate evergreen content. I agree with the fact that it keeps driving more traffic over the long run.

  7. Jasejames profile image71
    Jasejamesposted 13 years ago

    1. Make a keyword research before writing a Hub
    2. Interlink your Hubs with similar Hubs
    3. Use Social Bookmarking tools to bookmark your Hubs (Ex. Digg.com, Del.ici.ous, StumbleUpon.com)
    4. Use social networking websites to drive traffic to your Hubpages (Ex. Facebook, Linkedin, MySpace, Twitter)
    5. Participate to Hubpages forum, Answers, and other discussions
    6. Follow other members with good reputation and comment on their great Hubs

    These are some of the most important and easy ways to get a lot of traffic to your Hubpages.

  8. Research Analyst profile image72
    Research Analystposted 13 years ago

    Become a guest blogger on a website that gets tons of traffic, as long as the blog is related to your hubs content you can write useful content and then backlink to your similar hub.

    For instance if you go to the search bar and put in "guest blogger wanted" you will get a list of websites needing content.

  9. Dr irum profile image61
    Dr irumposted 13 years ago

    I think google adsense takes time , so wait and watch to increase traffic because i have done all things but they dont work .

  10. accofranco profile image78
    accofrancoposted 13 years ago

    You can find good answer to your question here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Increase-Target … -Your-Site

  11. ZOOSMC profile image61
    ZOOSMCposted 13 years ago

    research analyst ......Great idea about being a guest blogger...I will try that

  12. SammySammo profile image61
    SammySammoposted 12 years ago

    Lately I've been trying to just write about what I think will currently be a hot topic.  I spent some time looking at Google Trends the other day but it was all about the stock market.  I was hoping that it would be wise to write about what gets Googled the most but that didn't seem the case =\.

  13. MikeNV profile image68
    MikeNVposted 12 years ago

    One thing that appears to be overlooked is using hubpages STATS to fine tune your articles.

    Don't just write an article and give up on it.  If it's worth doing once it's worth making sure it's done correctly.  Hubstats are very valuable.  You can see where your traffic is coming from and how they are finding you. You know the keywords that are being used.  You can go back and fine tune your articles around variations of the keyword or alter the keyword densities.  You can also experiment with the Title Tool.

    Sometimes something as simple as changing a title to include or exclude a specific phrase can make the difference between users in Google. Bing. and Yahoo. finding you or not.


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