I do like many here do, post to Facebook, Tweeter. I also post links in Shetoldme, Redgage, IMautomator, Traffup and morehits4u.
However, the ultimate reason that will garnish you a good following and bring many views is to write quality pieces on niche topics.
Eventually you will discover that good quality can bring you some other unexpected positive results. I just inked a deal to publish a photography book, but the publisher convinced me to use a pseudonym for a trial run.
This would not have been possible if I had not joined HP, and written many articles, which in turn caught the eye of a publisher.
I just use some article marketing strategies like submitting good articles to various article directories. I also try to make more hubs in relative niche which helps increase traffic to previous hubs.
I used to post my links around, but I am generally trying to just post higher quality hubs now. I post my links on forums that I am already a part of, but I do not join forums for the purpose of posting the links. I also sometimes write an article about my hub on my blog, but that is only if it is of topic.
I just write excellent article and waited for the referring sites to pick up my 1st article of which they did after 2 months of being on the internet with google on June 2010 A.D. and they found it on August 2010 A.D. with the results of June 12, 2011 A.D. of my 3 hubs cracking the 1000 total views on all 3 hubs in 12 months with a total page views of 3018 and 602 30 days views that gives me an average of 1006 per hub page views on my 3 hubs. Patience, patience, patience is the key with 100% referring sites traffic that I get with my 3 unpublished hubs.
Links from Social Networking Sites are good but Google AdSense does not like them. I've found do-follow backlinking really effective. I joined SheToldMe a month ago and this has somewhat boosted my natural traffic stats.
Try to get more do-follow back links. They are the best for long term, organic, natural and Google AdSense friendly traffic.
I've being told: lots of social bookmarking. Spread your hubs across your social media sites like: facebook, twitter, myspace, digg, stumbleupon, etc. It's better if you already have a blog with lots of followers.
I try all sorts of linking strategies. LOTS of different ones, and the only way to improve my traffic besides writing more hubs, is for me to continue working new linking strategies.
I recently wrote a hub about this. I think you should check it out. It will most certainly help you.
by Lena Kovadlo 6 years ago
What do you do to increase traffic to your hubs and potentially increase AdSense earnings?
by Kent Peligrino 12 months ago
I've noticed that when it comes to traffic, my hubs on network sites (ex. turbofuture, pairedlife) perform a lot better than my hubs on hubpages.com. I'm just wondering if there are certain ways we can do to increase the views for these hubs other than just sharing them on social media. I'm asking...
by leakeem 10 months ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an attempt to increase ranking?How do you deal with low-performing hubs?thanks in...
by AKN-London 8 years ago
I join hubpages two months ago and published 8 hubs so far and my target is to publish 10 hubs every month and now i want to increase traffic to make money through Google Adsence! Any ideas how to increase traffic? Thanks
by Ellarose92 8 years ago
I know this is in the help section but I wanted information please:)
by Glenn Stok 2 years ago
I noticed that hubs in niche sites no longer include the "More by this author" section below the hub. Is this just an oversight or was it a decision to drop it on niche sites?
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