I find that when I first publish a new hub I get a lot of HubPages traffic. Then, after the hub isn't really 'new' here anymore, the HubPages traffic dies down and then it's a matter of waiting for the search engines to catch up with my Hub (can you say backlinks?). Then I start getting the search engine traffic. That's the traffic that's more likely to make you money, if that's your goal.
Meanwhile, it seems that if you make changes to a hub that you already published, you will get another pop in HubPages traffic.
Good luck with it.
Just keep building links and sharing your Hubs on other sites, when appropriate.
If your topics are well-searched and you have optimized for searches then you will likely increase your traffic.
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