My traffic is rising on one of my articles, what should I do?
When I used to get a big jump in traffic I would go through the comments and try to answer as many as I can. Then I would look at my article and make sure everything looks good and see if I can make it any better. Also, I would make sure your ads are all set up and good to go to help make more revenue. Also, use the title tuner to make sure its optimal.
Find out where your traffic is coming from, look for search trends related to your topic and promote it slightly further and if you know that that topic is gaining in traffic you can write more on them topics and interlink them together.
Articles get better with age as do us humans.
by Victoria Lynn 7 years ago
I've seen people saying that they are writing longer hubs and getting more traffic. I've always heard at least 300 words up to 800 or so. Have you found an optimal number to shoot for?
by Don 7 months ago
Some articles you can add to (or update?) every week, but should you? Does anyone know if how often you add to an article changes (positively or negatively) your views, earning potential, etc.
by Daniel Mollat 5 months ago
Does having many hubs count much to gaining more income in HP? I wonder how some hubbers have less than 50 hubs yet are deriving a good amount of revenue from good traffic numbers, while other hubbers have hundreds of articles and are just doing so-so income. I've noticed that updating and...
by Krzysztof Willman 10 months ago
So most of my current articles are doing okay but one article has fallen dramatically over the past year and I'm not sure how to fix it.I've tried tweaking the title, the summary, adding more to the article but it has only lost more traffic.Any helpful hints on what I can do or is it just out of my...
by James 4 years ago
Is it better to write for HubPages or Squidoo?Recently, I've heard a lot about Squidoo being possibly better than HubPages in many aspects. Which do you think is better to write for if you're looking for traffic and earnings?
by kirstenblog 9 years ago
I am wondering if these different sites that host articles (like hub pages, squido, xomba, triond, etc.) are better for certain types of writing and other sites for other writing types. If one were to write something here and it does not preform well maybe it would be better hosted on a different...
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