How do you make people become interested in your hubs?
Making money from your hubs.
Start by hubbing on an interesting subject you can only say so much about pollen, follow more people and they may follow you back creating more of a network, aim for good search engine ranking through good key words and content and more traffic should follow.
Remember that the first thing people see is your title. Make sure it is one that will catch someone's attention. If you don't feel it is getting the attention it deserves, change the title to something more catching!!!
The second thing is you need people to actually get to a spot where they will actually see your title. So there are a few ways to do that. One is by putting your hub on bookmarkng sites like redgage, xomba, reddit, digg, and others like it. These sites will help promote your hub!
Another thing that you can do to help people become interested in your hub is to become interested in their hubs! Read other people's hubs, if you like them, tell them so. They may just take a peek at yours! Most my consistent followers were people's hubs I followed first!
Write interesting and informative hubs about things that you have experience in or are interested in. The more different kinds subjects you write about the greater your audience pool. To get a decent hub score post a least 5 pictures and ideally it should be at least 1500 words long. If you use the side by side text to picture format the words will end at about the fifth full sized picture. Including 3 you tube videos is ideal but include at least one. Use the link suggestion tool to link other hubs to key words that it suggests. Start following other hubbers, many(not all) will follow you in return. Choose from the one's that follow you, the one's that write about things that you are interested in. When you post a good hub your followers will provide traffic to your hub. Read this hub for additional pointers!
Biggest thing to remember above all else, write for the readers...Not for the search engines. Make sure your content is fresh, original, and something people would want to read.
by Susan Reid 9 years ago
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by Tcad1191 7 years ago
I became interested in programming (web developing) at 14
by Andrew Smith 4 years ago
I've just reached a landmark of 100 followers (yay, me!), which might not seem like much, but it's built up pretty slowly over time, and I've made sure to interact with everyone I'm following regularly (106 now), checking out new hubs, etc. It made me consider an interesting question:How do...
by carol stanley 23 months ago
Do you continue to read hubs of those you follow if they don't comment on your hubs?When you have limited time do you just comment on those who regularly comment on your hubs?
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
So, like, why don't we have that with the other share buttons? Should be easy to implement?
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