what to do after publishing a hub?i mean how to promote?
currently i use ping service..digg..stumbleupon etc...do you people do somethng else except ping and social bookmaking ???? i am a beginner just dont want to waste time on wrong things so plz advice fellow hubbers
Other good ways to generate blacklinks to your hubs include posting comments on related forums and blogs, writing articles, and 'leaching' off videos.
Hope this helps!
First of all use pingomatic to send a ping right after you finished editing your text and saved it unpublished. So the grawler come much faster to index your site.
Than build links to other hubs and external sites.
Than use ping.fm and register to all the services that are supplied by it.
Implement the RSS capsule to your hub.
Be interactive within hubpages itself.
Read what I wrote about it http://hubpages.com/hub/howtogetmoretraffic
This should help. I earned $45 within my first 6 weeks after starting with hubpages while doing this.
After every hub i publish i do this steps
1-share the hub in facebook and twiter
2- bookmark on social bookmarking sites (digg, stumbleupon,delicious and reddit)
3- publish 1article on this sites ( ezinearticles, goarticles and articlesbase)
4-comment ( quality and relevant comments) on dofollow blogs related to the hub i publish
5-comment on .edu or .gov sites related or not related to my hubs.
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