This question is about generating more traffic to your hubs.
I noticed that some of the hubbers post on Tumblr.com. Can anyone explain how that works and is it beneficial to generating more traffic to your hub?
Tumblr is a blogging site with some easy to use interface, you create an account there and post a supporting article to your hub also include a link to your hub.
Tumblr has an option to follow peoples blogs and they get notified when you follow somebody, the thing that you have to do is post on tumblr good content and links to your hub and also already have some traffic or followers to your blog on there.
The way to do this is you search for people who have blogs on tumblr that are related to what you are hubbing about and follow as many of the as possible and usually they will follow you back, that is how you get traffic or followers to your tumblr account then from there your posts on tumblr should have a link to hubpages and that how you get traffic from tumblr.
if you want to know more about how to increase organic traffic check out my hub for beginners here
http://albertcservin.hubpages.com/hub/H … or-website
Almost all links on Tumblr are dofollow. On HubPages they are only nodofollow if you do not have a score of over 75 on your Hub Profile. Even though Tumblr allows proper links to everyone it has become much higher authority than Hubpages. It is something good that is working for everyone and sharing the love. All internal links in Tumblr are dofollow so if you "like" other people's stuff you will eventually get page rank. It works the same way that Youtube does although Youtube is trying to change by introducing nodofollow for the single external link on the new cosmic panda update. So far we have not seen the update rolled out by Youtube and maybe it is because they are afraid of Tumblr and their success.
Basically Tumblr is a reward system where you will get more authority for spending time reading and commenting and liking other people's stuff. You will be truly connected to other people (a search engine will see it) There are also many other good things about Tumblr here http://whoisbid.hubpages.com/hub/Why-I-joined-Tumblr
by Lena Kovadlo 3 years ago
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by Kathryn Skaggs 3 years ago
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by Cardia 6 years ago
I know that this is the most asked question here, but I'd still really appreciate it if anybody answered.I've been on Hubpages for about 6 months now, and I've just published my 7th Hub, and I'm starting to write a few more. As of right now, I have 239 total views, and each Hub has roughly 36...
by samsoft 5 years ago
Thank you for the giggles
by Shasta Matova 5 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is that my idle hubs are not available for anyone to see, and I have to actively...
by Michael S. 6 years ago
Let's be real: Even though all of us aren't grammarians and students of the craft of writing and its many styles, HubPages provides us the opportunity to express ourselves, our point of view, and share in a community of those who enjoy doing so. And I don't think we'd take the time to return here...
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