You need to write quality hubs with good seo. You need good tag words that will draw attention to your site. You also need to promote and promote. Good luck.
SEO basics, optimize your hubs with certain keywords repeating a few times throughout your hub, but focus on making it a quality hub, rather than just stuffing keywords. A good read beats SEO any time of the day.
promote your hubs using social media sites like Facebook, twitter, mixx, digg, stumble etc... Also a few backlinks here and there won't hurt you. Link your hubs together, make a group and point to your hubs from there.
Find similar topics and post comments, put a link here and there, but don't spam. Get involved and people will respond positivity! Answer questions on the similar topics you are into, if people see you know your stuff they will gladly link to your hub.
write on something Unique, I have had more hits for my local Farmer's Market review than anything, and I searched it, it comes up on the First page, when I search for the market, I think it is because Hub pages is near the top in searches, unless its something everyone writes about.
I had no idea doing a local review would bring in more hits than anything else, I will have to do more, picking out interesting, out of the ordinary places.
by Oyewole Folarin 6 years ago
With the recent google algorithm change, i noticed that hubbers who have spent 4 - 5 years are those having their subdomain slammed by google. Why?
by Albin Pius 5 years ago
There are lots of fellow poets in here at hubpages some do not even focus on getting search engine traffic to them but writes to enjoy.If you have an idea on increasing traffic to poems please share.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Can veteran hubbers who are getting huge influx of external traffic from search engine hits suggest ways to get high searches for their hubs and more traffic? Also, please write how, how often and whether the updated hub should be shared again with followers or on the social networking sites on...
by David 470 7 years ago
I noticed with me, I get a lot of my traffic later after 4 PM. I believe this may be because of time zones primarily, and a few other reasons. I live on the east coast so people in the west are in different time zones 1-3 hours behind..
by Sandra M. Urquhart 2 years ago
What is the best way to get traffic on hubpages? Is it by the quality of your hubs or the frequency of your communication in the community? I've seen different articles that encouraged people to get noticed by being more social, claiming that that would increase interest and traffic; and then on...
by David Lim 9 years ago
I have been with Hubpages for a few months and published a couple of hubs. I am starting to get a tiny bit of search engine traffic and I am wondering if there is any way I can know where the traffic went and what is the search term used to find my hub.Thanks!
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