I know thiss sounds stupid but do you have to write a completely new hub everytime you have a new topic. I thought that you set up a hub and then post new articles on it. how else would a hub become popular? Or drive traffic? So many hubs are posted that a hub posted this morning isn't even viewable on the hub topic pages by nightfall. Please let me know if there is a solution because I can't see going through the ridiculous process of setting up affilliations every time you post a new hub?
first you are most welcome to hubpages. Yes you have to post new hubs every time.New hub is nothing about new post.
Think of it as each hub being another entry point for internet users to find you and read your articles. Sort of like a website with a lot of different pages through which readers can find your site.
Whether or not any Hub is immediately visible changes. Being new isn't the only reason a Hub gets a little "front page". I don't know if you've just chosen "new-person" words, but you don't have to set up affiliates with each new Hub. You set up which affiliates you want to have on your Hubs when you sign up and get the affiliate numbers. After that, Google ads go on automatically; and the only thing you have to do (if you want to) is select which Amazon/eBay products you may want featured on your Hub
If a Hub becomes popular it's because it gets a lot of traffic, which comes when people search for the subject, end up at your Hub, and stay. Comments on your Hub (by readers) will increase activity/visibility.
by Brie Hoffman 3 years ago
So, I was picked to have someone take a look at my hubs to see if they could use some improvement and the editor decides to pick my highest earning, most viewed hub to edit??? Why would she do that when there are obviously others that could use improvement.What is your experience with Hub Pro?
by Brandon Lobo 5 months ago
I plan on editing my existing hubs, the ones with high traffic to get them to rank even better for terms they already rank for, but not at #1 spot. I have a premium SEM rush account using which I can see what I am ranking for and what I can improve upon. I use this on my own website with a lot of...
by Christy Kirwan 3 years ago
Hi there, friends! Check out yesterday's blog post for the latest on HubPro plus tips on doing your own HubPro-style edits for those who are not yet eligible. Happy Hubbing!
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
I've been updating and removing hubs. I haven't settled on a plan for good hubs that don't get traffic. Curious what others do. My top 40 hubs are 85% of traffic. I culled the heard and have been focused on my best hubs.Once I'm through them I'll come up with a plan for the rest.
by Timothy Arends 2 months ago
I have written a pro-president Trump hub. I wrote it in the weeks after the election but before the inauguration. it is interesting to see how my predictions are turning out. The hub is entitled "No joke! 50 Ways Donald Trump will make America great...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Does large Hubs attract more visitors than smaller ones?
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