Try more tags. This will help if someone is doing a general search.
Your own visits to the hub count in your total views, as reported by HubPages statistics. If you want more accurate data about the number of unique visitors, use Google Analytics.
One way may be to simply write a hub that is on a related topic to the one you just edited, and then add a link to the edited hub in the new one.
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
Too funny- my sexy hubbers hub has more views than my other hubs...now I know for sure that sexy does sell....I guess I know what I should be writing about from now on...sexy cats, sexy dogs, sexy???And part 2 of sexy hubbers, that's for sure.This has been great great fun!
by TheRaptorClaw 3 years ago
So i am an active Huuber and i write good blogs. Ones that i have found people searching for. So please no answers like, "Write good hubs that interest people." Or something like that. Could i get more followers from commenting on others hubs? Could i gain views and followers from posting...
by Joween Flores 19 months ago
I began editing all of my hubs recently; I've added high-quality photos for the shows I recommend. I reorganized capsules. However, this leaves a question in my head. Is it practical to just edit a hub than deleting and publishing it again for more views? I also changed some of the titles. Will it...
by bestbuddy 7 years ago
Hi...i want to get more views of my hubs....how can i do this..??? how can i increase my traffic..??Please guide me i do not know much about this.
by Kenneth C Agudo 4 years ago
I have observed that lots of my hubs have red arrows and some of it have double arrows. i was also shock and glad that one of my hub gained 300 views in just a day and for me it was the biggest view i have ever earned for my hubs. I have put picture of this. How about you, are you gaining...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
Is it all about views or does something else come into the mix? If you have had one or more, could you shed a little light on this, please.
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