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What factor do you feel contributes the most to your hub that gets the most traffic?
Would it be SEO work, the topic, controversy, research, backlinks, a combination of these factors or something else that produces a steady flow of visitors?
As much as I'd like to say it has something to do with the writing and quality of the content, for the performers it pretty much all comes down to links.
For me it's been finding well searched for topics with no competition. Unfortunately, this means that in general they don't do that well on adsense, but this can improve over time. I also get quite a lot of amazon sales from them which makes up for the low click value.
by Reginald Chan6 years ago
What category of Hub gets the most traffic in your opinion?Lately, I realized many DIY topics getting ranked well and even got Hub of Day. Which topic do you think attract the most traffic?
by emdi7 years ago
how many page views per day does your best hub gets? I understand that most of you may be having several best hubs. I am just curious how many pages can a best written hub get
by Rochelle Frank6 years ago
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by Bruce Chamoff6 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz8 years ago
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by Susan Kay8 years ago
Writing under another name I have over 100 hubs published over 6 months. I started getting some traffic and even some Google and Amazon revenues. I have increased my hub count on a steady basis using keyword research. I...
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