Anyway it is not an easy task. You have to work hard to get good traffic initially. There are many ways to increase the traffic,
# Backlinking (Shetoldme, Xomba, Stumbleupon,...)
# Share your hubs with your friends and family (Facebook, Myspace,..)
# Link your hubs each other (50% of traffic my traffic coming internally, I mean links between my hubs)
# Keep hubber score over 75 (I learnt that very recently, but it will increase your traffic signifcantly)
# Correct tags
# Use attractive topic + If possible use attractive image as thumbnail
# Try to increase your fan base
I hope these would help you to improve your traffic.
by AKN-London6 years ago
I join hubpages two months ago and published 8 hubs so far and my target is to publish 10 hubs every month and now i want to increase traffic to make money through Google Adsence! Any ideas how to increase traffic?...
by kazeemjames017 years ago
Fine, the forum has lots of people that claims they make thousands of dollars every month. I doubt 98% of them. From my experience, I may want to believe Ryankett because I've seen most of his backlinking works on...
by samboiam7 years ago
I am confused. Can somebody please explain the hub trafic stats to me? Besided one of my hubs...are two red arrows. According to the legend a red arrow means the trafic for that hub is rising. So I can only assume two...
by Ilham elhamdaoui5 weeks ago
Why my articles that are not featured get more trafic then the one featured?
by WorldCup~20104 years ago
So I just completed my newest hub (even though its my 9th one, I still feel proud about it and now I was wondering how to promote the hub. My hubs seem to be dying, with some only getting several views daily, and I...
by Steve Collier8 years ago
It seems that all I have been hearing lately is how important it is to create backlinks to increase your traffic, and the more I thought about it, the more limited it sounded. Sure you can post a few backlinks through...
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