post your links to your hubs on facebook,myspace,twitter. anywhere you can post your links to your hubs do it. and the more Keywords you have to lok up your hubs the better. Also the more your read and follow on here the more traffic you will recieve also
Yes, being active on HubPages helps get you noticed, as does posting on social networking sites like facebook. But you also want to think about what subjects you're posting. For example, if you post hubs about gardening, it would be wise to join an online gardening club or website and post links to your gardening articles on them. I write a lot of graphic design articles so I try to post links to my articles on art communities and websites. So figure out what your target audience is then go in search of that audience online.
Choosing the right category to list your hubs under will help, but just as important is to find a good title (either intriguing or somewhat controversial)
Everything else has been said by people who posted here before me and their advice is great
Just write fantastic content, choose keywords properly, do some SEO and participate in the forum talks. That'll help the initial public relations development online.
Facebook works very well for me. The first time I put a link to my hub on Facebook, I was surprised how many people actually read status updates. I got only a few "likes" and comments but about 40 hits on the hub coming from FB.
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