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How does the link from the (your) Wiki work for you?
Does it generate interest and drive traffic to hubpages do you think?
To be honest, I'm not sure.
I used to have an Oklahoma Traveler website that I ran by myself, but it was just too much to handle so I took it down. I was looking for an easier way to generate interest in Oklahoma when I came across Wikispaces.
So far, it seems like a good concept - a group of people working together for a common interest - but so far it is just a concept. Right now, I'm simply developing and populating the Wiki with the information I have from the old website. Once the Wiki is populated with the information I have, then I plan on marketing it. I'll know more by then how much of an impact it will have.
The idea is to give brief, general information about the topics in the Wiki and allow the visitor to view the in-depth articles on hubpages. If I give away too much information on the Wiki, then that won't drive any traffic to the hub. But, if I hyperlink both the title and add a "for more information..." link then that should be enough to prompt the reader to visit the hub.
Besides that, using a Wiki versus a website or blog, I can build a following of wiki users that can interact with the Wiki. The more people visiting the wiki, the more traffic to the hub.
At least, that's the concept anyway. If it works the way I think it will, I may be writing a hub about it.
by PGupta091912 months ago
Hello everyoneI am a new Hubber and have written around 12 Hubs as of date. I want to know how do I start promoting my Hubs. Which are the best ways to do so and on which sites should I consider promoting them on?
by mohin286 years ago
I was just wondering what is the best way to drive traffic to Hubpages articles? For all you experience Hubpages users can you please guide me? Also what can i do to get more traffic from search engines?
by Wilma Proops9 years ago
I know there's a website that can tell me where hubpages traffic comes from but I can't remember where it is - please add a link if you do.I've been a member for 10 days but as yet I've had no google seacrh...
by sergs_pogi5 years ago
Hello fellow hubbers. I've been busy lately following people on Twitter hoping to gain followers for my marketing efforts. But I'm wondering if Twitter can help increase my page views. I doubt if my followers will ever...
by William4 years ago
I'm really curious to match my personal traffic to HubPages to see if the peaks and valleys are related to my content or to overall web habits. For instance, if my numbers dip over the weekend and HubPage's numbers as a...
by stevenjs10 years ago
Greetings,I'm a newbie to this struggling with the very nomenclature never mind the concepts.Let me run some general (dumb) questions first:Someone said they saw ads on my post at http://hubpages.com/hub/PCMover but I...
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