best way to increase traffic?

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  1. Mom Kat profile image80
    Mom Katposted 12 years ago

    best way to increase traffic?

    I would really like to see my non-fellow hubber traffic increase.  I post links on facebook, stumbleupon, my blog, and a few others. I would like to see a dramatic increase in traffic. I've also submitted my URL to various search engines.
    What is the #1 way that YOU get outer traffic to your hub?

  2. WoodsmensPost profile image62
    WoodsmensPostposted 12 years ago

    submiting rss feed to places like

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    ankigarg87posted 12 years ago

    Take help of all social networking websites and promote on them
    like twitter,facebook,orkut,digg etc

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    revraveposted 12 years ago

    I'm doing the same thing you are, the stumbleupon, my blog, wordpress (very new there)

  5. buzzbucks profile image38
    buzzbucksposted 12 years ago

    The best way to increase traffic..

    Post on Free classifieds sites..

    Post on Social Bookmarking sites..

    Use hubpages to drive more traffic..

    Use twitter and Facebook tools..

    Use orkut free promote tool.

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    BuzzNightsposted 12 years ago

    If you are not lazy as I,m try below some best ways from where you can get lots of Traffics. I feel laziness to post my links in so many sites and haven't used from last 2-3 months, still I'm getting up to 700-800 and sometime more than 800+ visits per day.  It's half traffic of those days, when I used these services.

    Maybe it would be helpful to you.

    1. Auto-Submit Software
    Auto-Submit Your Content to Millions of Readers with OnlyWire. OnlyWire automates the submission of your status and website links to 43 top social media sites.

    2. Photo Sharing site like Flicker with back links 
    Visit -
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    3. presentations/ Slides with back-links
    Check out my Account:

    Good Luck if you are not using these sites for getting traffic.
    Besides this their are lots of ways to get traffics
    1. Auto-Submit Software  &
    2. Social sites (facebook, twitter, orkut etc. )
    2. Video Sharing Sites (youtube, googlevideo etc)
    3. RSS submitting
    4. Link and Photo Bookmarking Sites
    5. Press Release
    6. Comments on do-follow sites.
    7. Google Ad-words
    8. Classified Ads
    9. Article Directories
    10. Question answer sites
    11. Blog
    12. Ping your blog
    13. Submit to Search engine
    14. Link exchange
    Best link exchange sites sends you at least 150% - 300% of the number of visitors that you send to them

  7. RighterOne profile image58
    RighterOneposted 11 years ago

    Write new hubs on a regular basis - that draws new readers into your 'content loop.' And make sure your work is good. They read a great hub by you and they'll want to check out some of your other hubs. Or share one on Facebook with their circle of friends. Or send an e-mail with a link to their entire address book. (both have already happened to me, and I'm new) So - again, make sure your work is GOOD!!! And keep cracking away at it...

  8. Marisa Wright profile image90
    Marisa Wrightposted 11 years ago

    Everyone else is giving you outdated advice. Google is smarter than that (though not much smarter). 

    Google judges the value of your sub-domain using several factors, but a big one is the number of other sites which link TO your Hub.  But what they're looking for is other sites where OTHER PEOPLE have posted links, not sites where you're trying to game the system by doing it yourself.

    Google isn't stupid - they know it's more than likely you're the person Twittering, Digging etc.  So they devalue those links.  You need links from other sites which appear completely separate from you - guest posts on other blogs, comments on other sites, articles on other rev-sharing sites (not using your Adsense ID) etc.


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