How do I get good traffic to my hubs for free,? forums go dry and social network sites are slim.
also how do I use adwords and integrate it to my hubs? I dont quite understand this depth of marketing and trafficing
Hi Troyangeluk - It's hard work getting traffic to your Hubs, but writing engaging content with a few Search Engine Optimized phrases here and there helps (use the Google Adwords Keyword Tool to get ideas), as well as getting links from quite a few other sites, not just social networking sites. Also do not forget activity within HubPages, just like you are doing now by asking a question. Answer many too. Comment on other hubs, and be a part of the community. There is also a ton of helpful information on the learning center page of HubPages - the link is bottom left of your computer screen - and on that page you will find the titles of helpful articles beneath certain headings, "Getting Traffic" and "Affiliate Settings" included.
it's really freaking hard and it takes forever...there is a good hub here called 39 different backlinks or something like that, check that out, but getting traffic to your hubs is like hit and miss. You lose most and you win some, and it takes a crap ton of work, unless you're an internet marketing genius
Yes, agree with the above comments. It's really need a hard work. You need to be active and be prt of the community. You need to build a network with people ll around you. I know it's really slow to get traffic if using freee method like commenting, backlinks etc. But if you use advertising like pay per click etc, it will be cost to you. Anyway, just use this free thing. It might be slow but if you know what you do and you are on the right track, you will not realized the traffic will come viral to your hubs.
Search engine traffic is the most targeted traffic that you can ever get because of the usage of keywords. You may want to learn about Search Engine Optimisation.
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by jerrysaliu 7 years ago
Is using social networks to increase my traffic against the Terms of Service on Hubpages and does it affect my HP Program in any negative way?
by Bill Yovino 7 years ago
I wish there was a way to turn it off. It goes up and down without reason, and it can be very distressing.
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