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I don't normally post reviews/articles about retail products, so I was hoping for a little feedback on how to better promote both the product and bring in traffic for it. My article and how-to type hubs seem to bring in decent search engine traffic, but I have been having trouble showing up for this one.
It looks like I'm going to be continuously competing against actual retailers like Amazon for the top SERP, so what's the best way to make get some traffic? Any hints from people who specialize in this type of posting would be much appreciated.
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
Hello hubbers. I have three related hubs, parts 1 to 3. Part 3 is the one getting most of the traffic. Part 2 hardly get's any at all even though they are linked. The word count when combined would be 2873 but given that it's a travel hub with lots of info I was wondering if I should just combine...
by Dil Vil 5 years ago
Almost after a month struggle, my traffic finally have gone down to 75%... Since two days, HP stats were not updated and they were fine today. As i logged in i saw this disaster of traffic loss upto 75%. I hope this wont go down further or might go....
by Zulie 16 months ago
HelloI have a few hubs but I have next to no traffic. The traffic that I do get comes directly from Hubpages.I've pinnned some of my pages onto pinterest but no of them have been repinned, what am I doing wrong?Any help or advice (or pins) are greatly appreciated
by Adam Harkus 2 years ago
Not that I was making any money from them, but why has my directly related Amazon product link been snipped in the hub-pro edit ?I could understand snipped competitor products, but what is the point of having ebay / amazon capsules if they are being removed from the niche sites?
by H C Palting 4 years ago
What do you like and dislike about others pinning your hubs to Pinterest?
by Eric Dockett 2 years ago
Back in summer of 2014 my traffic was looking pretty spiffy across all of my HP accounts. I was one happy camper. Then the Squid merger happened, and then a bunch of other bad things, culminating with the demise of subdomains a few months ago. By the time HP announced the niche site idea I'd lost...
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