hello can you please tell me how to get more traffic on this site plzzzzz. hope you don't mine.
there is not magic pill to get traffic..do basics..write good content..submit to social bookmarking sites..visit top hubs to get understandings..comment on others posts (in hub and other sites too) , write something that people would like to search...these are some basics...
There are loads of programs that can help you get traffic, and programs you should stay away from.
1st dont use traffic exchanges they are a waste of time.
However building backlinks will help you get traffic from the search engines and from the links themselves.
There are two sites I would recommend
First http://www.firstinforeview.com at the bottom of there site they have a bunch of different free programs that you can sign up to to start getting more traffic.
Secondly http://www.searchenginesubmission.ws will submit your site to search engines and directories and can help you build backlinks to your site. However this is NOT a free service, and you will have to pay.
I think the most important things in terms of search engine optimization are that how many dofollow backlinks your website has.so to optimize your website ranking in search engine get backlinks completely free.
by toyboyclip 6 years ago
How to get more traffic to Hub with Social Networks ?When i submit my Hub on social networks like facebook..No one is click on my hub..Give me some social bookmark sites and tips
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by AilesRaiden 2 years ago
Hello! Newbie here...I would love to know more about this site. Hope you guys could help. Please?
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by M. Winters 4 years ago
Hi I am new to hubpages. I posted about 10 hubs. All have been featured. I have one follower and a few comments on my hubs. When I went to apply for adsense( hubpages recommends having at least 10 hubs.) I was denied. They said I didn't have enough content on my page. PLEASE HELP!
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