Anyone have some tips on how to increase my hub traffic?
I have built some back links and I post regularly. Any advice is welcomed.
I am constantly trying to increase traffic to my hubs also. Creating backlinks, writing good quality hubs and researching SEO by using high ranking keywords. I am still trying to get to grips with SEO at the moment to improve traffic. I try to be as active as I can on HP but work and family committments mean that I have limited time on here. A lot of people tell me that the older the hub is, it will grow in traffic. From what I can gather, it takes around a year to see earnings from your writing. Keep writing and good luck.
you've probably heard this already but have you tried linking your hubs to social networking? I always tweet a link to any new hubs on twitter, havent done it on facebook yet, but i also place links in blogs i have. This way not only do you have more backlinks but your exposing your hubs to an audience outside hubpages immediately
Have you been keeping a vigilant eye on your hub traffic stats?
You check and re-check your stats to see where the best traffic is coming from, and then you come back to see how often your traffic stats are going up... You've written some well... read more
Def back links with targeted anchor text will help with your position in the SERPs. Also, by participating in the forums, leaving comments, and answering questions people will be inclined to check out your profile and hubs if you are leaving quality feedback.
One of the best ways to ethically get a viral targeted traffic to your hubs is to make use of the already provided social network "share button" on your hubs to share to social networking sites like twitter, facebook, reddit, digg and others in the list where you're a member/user.
Remember, Content is King and Keywords research is cardinal. More to it though. Just be ethical about it so you don't get hurt.
Your hub score seems a little low, so perhaps you should do more things like answer questions and comment more, which might increase that score. I have always believed that a higher score leads (eventually) to higher hub traffic.
I would really like to know if this is true or not, in other Hubbers' experience.
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by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
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by Linda Lum 5 years ago
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by Shawna Van Trease 7 years ago
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