How do i promote my hubs? to get followers and some google traffic??

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  1. The Green Baron profile image61
    The Green Baronposted 9 years ago

    How do i promote my hubs? to get followers and some google traffic??

    this whole backlinking things is very confusing...and although i would like to write more hubs...i don't really see the point if i'm the only one reading them :-(
    Please help me.

  2. dgicre profile image76
    dgicreposted 9 years ago

    The best way to promote your hubs is through backlinking. Back links are simply links on other sites that point to your hubs.  Visit my hub "Why is my hub score low?" to see how to properly format a backlink. It is highlighted in yellow towards the bottom of the page. The more backlinks you create pointing towards your hubs the higher they tend to rank in the Search Engines. Good place to post backlinks are in the comments section of blogs. Be sure to write valid comments or many times your comment will be deleted as spam by the blog author.    Hope this helps.

  3. Lgali profile image57
    Lgaliposted 9 years ago

    check out this hubpage for more info lot of ideas … -your-Blog

  4. relache profile image82
    relacheposted 9 years ago

    One thing to recognize is that you've only been with the site for four days.  It takes time for search engines to find your Hubs, and if you haven't been participating in the Hub community at large, many site users don't know you exist yet.

    Building Hub traffic takes weeks to months, so be patient and keep working.

  5. Sterling Carter profile image67
    Sterling Carterposted 9 years ago

    The answers you have gotten so far are all very actuate. There are many aspects to getting traffic to your Hubs.

    There are as many different ideas about how to write a hub as there are different ways to do it. In most cases however the search engine needs to know exactly what your Hub is about.

    Usually it just takes time to be seen. It takes time for people to find your Hub, read it and if they feel compelled make a comment.

    There is one area that you can get noticed quickly in and that is within a niche. Most of the articles  I have written are about getting traffic to your site, article or whatever.

    You must properly SEO an article in order to gain any clout with the search engines. Then back link or use Hub pages to backlink to your website.  It is usually best to send traffic both ways, to and from your site/blog.

    This article should be able to help you SEO your work to give you better odds of being found by the search engines. … -Community

    There is a world of help an knowledge here in the Hub community. Stick with it  be patient and happy Hubbing.

  6. FindYourSearch profile image60
    FindYourSearchposted 9 years ago

    I think the best way to get noticed is to simply participate in the community. Find related hubs and contribute to them with useful comments and join in some forum discussions. People will naturally be curious about what else you may have written and will visit your profile and hubs. Writing more hubs will let you interlink them and help improve the chance of getting noticed and building followers here, as well as making them look better to the search engines. Just keep in mind that it will not happen overnight. Keep plugging away at writing hubs and engaging in the community, and your hubs will build up steam gradually. Best of luck!


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