One of my Hubs has been picked up by a Blog - with amazing results! - Does this

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  1. Gaizy profile image80
    Gaizyposted 6 years ago

    One of my Hubs has been picked up by a Blog - with amazing results! - Does this often happen

    For the first time ever, one of my Hubs has been picked up by a Blog. Whilst the rest of my Hubs are lucky to get two or three hits a day, this one has been getting Hundreds! - for almost a week now. Does this often happen? - Is there any way I can help it to happen more often?

  2. JP993 profile image92
    JP993posted 6 years ago

    That is awesome Gaizy! It goes to show if you write quality hubs/articles they will be appreciated and shared around the world wide web. have you ever seen the eBay ads that are funny and quirky that end up getting shared around the world, the most recent was a funny ad for a wetsuit that sold for around £15k I believe, many companies donated to the auction.

    That hub should grow and grow. Somenone saw one of my hubs commented, then joined a forum talking about it and he asked me for more information on my hub. I was hoping that he would share my hub on the forum. The hub did increase is traffic but he didnt link to it on the forum.if he had, my oh my.

    Really pleased for you, hopefully it will grow grow and grow. Natural Backlinks rock.

  3. sortapundit profile image61
    sortapunditposted 6 years ago

    I love it when this happens.

    Way back in the distant days of 2002 I started a small, unread blog that ran for a few years, and every once in a blue moon a post of mine would be picked up by one of the big boys.  One of my happiest weeks was when Instapundit sent 80,000 pairs of eyes my way.  Of course the blog wasn't monetised in any way so the extra views earned nothing but pride, but were the same thing to happen here I could be looking at $150 or so extra in my pocket.

    Influential bloggers are valuable opinion makers, and it's well worth the effort to curry their favour for the occasional link (if only because good blogs are respected by Google).  I've never considered it before, but it might be worth building a few relationships with whoever are the movers and shakers these days smile

  4. jellygator profile image92
    jellygatorposted 6 years ago

    Congrats, Gaizy. I am new here so I don't know how useful my answer will be, but I would imagine if your hubs are in line with that blog's theme, you could trade links with them on a regular basis to continue generating trafific for each other and to raise your search results on websites.

  5. Dave Mathews profile image60
    Dave Mathewsposted 6 years ago

    This should only happen with your express permission to the blog writer, and no it does not happen to often.

  6. Rosie2010 profile image74
    Rosie2010posted 6 years ago

    Congratulations, Gaizy!  This has not happened to any of my hubs yet.  I'm happy for you.  That's truly wonderful. smile


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