What is a good place to start to increase traffic to your hubs?
You can submit to ezine articles or the other article directories.
I've had good luck with increasing hub traffic by posting links to my hubs on Twitter. Simply shorten the link to your hub, preface it with an interesting "teaser", and post it. You'd be amazed at how much traffic it will pull to your hubs. Good luck!
You dont need to do any thing if you write a quality content that is more interested for hubpages users. Just watch what are popular on hubpages and write hubs on those topics. That is enough to get traffic.
The best way to get loads of traffic to your hubpages content is to keep posting quality content on a consistent basis. Posting links on social networking sites like facebook, twitter etc also helps. Submitting links to your hubs on sites like Xomba, Shetoldme, Redgage etc also helps get you traffic to your hubs.
If you have a good following on facebook and twitter, I suggest using 'Twitterfeed.com'. Input your hubpages rss feed and the hubs should get posted on auto-pilot to both T. and F.B.
The second way I suggest would be to make sure you are using some kind of SEO strategy:
1. Make sure your title is one that is actually being searched.
2. Include themed words and 2, 3 & 4 phrases throughout your article so your hub gets found via several phrases.
3. Write 2 ezine articles, submitted to the top article directories and link back to your hub, BUT..
4. Bookmark those ezines (not the hub!) on Digg & Propeller to bring link juice throughout your work.
These are just a few strategies you could use, good luck.
Twitter has been working very good for me. You just have to be consistent with it.
by leakeem 6 years ago
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by Brandon Lobo 2 months ago
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by carriethomson 7 weeks ago
Hi All,I have written many articles at hubpages but since few years I was unactive now again I am back so I would like to know how to get back again same traffic which I am getting in past?Thanks,Carrie
by AKN-London 7 years ago
I join hubpages two months ago and published 8 hubs so far and my target is to publish 10 hubs every month and now i want to increase traffic to make money through Google Adsence! Any ideas how to increase traffic? Thanks
by Karen Hellier 5 years ago
How can one use Facebook to increase traffic to Hubs?Can I start a Facebook page specific to hubs? Promote my hubs on my personal account? Is there a hub pages Facebook page somewhere and can we promote hubs through that?
by Carolyn 5 years ago
Any advice for a new Hubber on how to increase traffic to my hubs? I am interested in any and all ways people have had success with this. So far aside from being active on HubPages I am pinning my articles to my Pinterest but still have very low traffic. I understand that I am new and increasing my...
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