Where do you submit your hubs to generate the most traffic?
I have seen a lot of hubs that list "great places" the writers have submitted their hubs, but now that I am looking for them, I can't find any. If you only list one place, this could be a great resource for all the newbies like myself.
I am a newbie too!! I will eagerly follow this question to learn along with you!
Here you go then - but it's hit and miss.
Reddit.com - be absolutely sure that you put your hub in the best possible category there.
I've had one get over two thousand views there. Others have had hundreds of views - but like I said, it's hit and miss, and I never understand what makes one popular and another not.
I'm relatively new to backlinking (I quit and just came back to hubpages after 9 months) , but fom both my experience and reading around the website, reddit is by far the biggest traffic generator.
I've gotten up to 300 views on the same day that I posted my hub on reddit, but you do have to keep in mind that this traffic will not be ongoing.
I've heard good things about Stumbleupon as well, but it has more "rules" for posting if you don't want to get your account flagged. You can search for it on hubpages to see the best way to post your hubs on stumbleupon.
For the followers of this question: If you don't already know, then I'll take your time to say something about link. There are two types of links; do-follow and no-follow. Do-follow are those which search engines crawl and count for when building search results. Every do-follow link count to help the link rank high in search. Search engines don't crawl no-follow to build their search results. So, for SEO sense, we should use do-follow links.
I use SheToldMe, RedGage to make do-follow back links which will not only help in promoting, but also help in SEO. I just signed up for Best-Reviewer too. As Google has high-end algorithm to check any abuse like link spamming, I also submit my links to social networking sites (no-follow links) to keep the links natural. If Google sees any do-follow link spamming, it frowns upon and might hit us (like the Panda of course). So, keep the links natural and focus on both do-follow (from SheToldMe) and no-follow back links (from social networking sites).
If you guys don't mind self-promotion, I welcome you to read one of my hubs: How to get consistent traffic for your online contents
This hub was an answer to a similar question, and it is ranked number 2 in the first page of Google (for my country specific Google) and it is in 2nd page for Google(dot)com. If you can type "How to get consistent traffic" in Google, it will be on page 2 - I'm loving it. I did this by submitting to SheToldMe and RedGage!!
Hope I answered your queries!!
You have to 1st do keyword research. Find out exact match keywords with more than 1000 exact searches. Make sure your partial or entire keyword exists in your hub URLs. This is one SEO tactic. Your Title & body should also contain the keyword.
Promote your hub for the keyword by building back links. You can get very cheap back links from fiverr. You can buy any service for 5$. Then you can load all your links into a pinging service like Linklicious. Linklicious will make sure your links are crawled/indexed by Google.
To know more about the Linklicious & other link building case studies please read my Linklicious hub.
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