How to get traffic from outside except hubpages to my hub?
my 90% traffic is from hubpages to my hub but I want to get at least 50% traffic outside of hubpages such as Google or other source. how to increase my traffic from other source?
There are several ways to do this.
You can create backlinks
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There are too many ways to do it. Look up SEO techniques in order to increase your traffic from Google and other search engines. Also, Facebook has proven to be a really good traffic source for me. Twitter, Digg and all other types of social networking sites are also pretty useful.
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