I just submitted my second article. I've waited a couple of days but still haven't even receive 50 views yet. I'm concerned about it.
I have been reading other peoples articles to see how they receive so many views and fans. But I dont fully understand RSS Feeds, social bookmarking sites and social networking sites to drive traffic to hub pages. I have the resources but don't know how produce any results with these resources.
Can anyone help me?
What is RSS Feeds? How to drive traffic from bookmarking sites back to hubpages and other methods of traffic?
Please provide chronological tips where it can produce effective results!
Thank you all and looking forward to you help!
Check out my hubb link to give me feedback about how can I approve it http://hubpages.com/hub/moneyarticles
Look at the top right of the page, and you'll see a little white box.
Type what you are looking for into the box, click on the little arow on the right, and select "site".
This will give you a list of all the hundreds of times that the same topic has been discussed here. Read some of these, and you should find the answers for which you are looking.
If you find nothing, or need more explanation after you have invested some time in doing some research, then ask for help in the forums.
The other bit of help is that the internet marketing field is one of the most competitive topics you could choose. If you know nothing about it, what are you doing writing hubs about it?
And you need to write some interesting content on topics that you know about. Your "hub" on social marketing contains nothing. Why would anyone want to be your fan after seeing that example of your work?
here is my hubpage help you in that direction
http://hubpages.com/hub/Tips-Get-More-T … -your-Blog
First things first be careful how you post links when asking a question. If anyone wants to give you feed back about your hub they'll just visit your profile, If you'd rather be on the safe side.
Just give it a little time, build some back links to your pages and keep on writing good content. The SE's will pick it up
RSS - stands for Really Simple Syndication.
If you go to Google. You can read more about it.
RSS (most commonly translated as "Really Simple Syndication") is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated work.
this is exactly the forum where he should post links to his hubs
As for the OP, those hubs are trainwrecks, I dont want to help you sell a product that obviously doesnt work for you, and for the record, a dollar per signup is a pitiful commission.
Search like eric said, come back and ask for help with real questions..RSS come on..3 letters into google would have answered that..hell its actually two, doesnt get much easier than that
i think back - links is the only way in which you can build traffic.and of course a little bit of luck.
Just take it easy.you are welcome to hubpages.with time your views will increase provided your hub is good.you can post a link to social sites like facebook etc if your a member by so doing,people will be able to visit your site.its a gradual process.
1) You claim to be an article marketer yet ask how to get traffic
2) Your hubs are nothing more than affiliate messages. If you want to write abount an affiliate topic that is fine, but dont just write a sales page and expect to drop a link in the forum and get sales.
use your head.
Hey Mubin123, if you are going to criticize my article at least give some positive and useful advice you know
The main things, GOOD CONTENT, GOOD QUALITY BACK LINKS. and rest of the details you can find from doing a simple search...
Assuming you want to monetize those traffic, you need to figure out the way to the first page of search engines.
I'm pretty sure the best answer can be found within the Wealthy Affiliate forum (that you happen to be promoting).
Also don't be disheartened by what others have said because the truth can sometimes *hurt*.
Tools951, you can't blame us for being sarcastic if you post a Hub claiming to offer advice about making money online, then come on our forums and ask US how to do it.
There are some very experienced, successful Hubbers here who are making excellent money online - stop expecting it to be offered to you on a plate, and do some searching around the Hubs and forums for the information you need. It's all there.
You have Publish 2 hubs and no activity is on the hub..you need put the efforts on hubs to do the comment on other hubs and use the seo in your action
Good content and a lot of back links will help out your traffic but it won't happen overnight though.
In addition to Eric's advice, you must visit this http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-get-more … ne-traffic to find out some ways of getting search engine traffic.
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