Still I'm not getting any visitors from search engins. Why? Plz help me...
I'd get handsome amount of traffic from search engines but suddenly it went to zero in last week. I asked in forum about this. Most of the hubbers replied that due to fallen of my hubber score below 75, i'm not getting any traffic. Now my hubber score is 83 but still i'm not getting those traffics. I searched in search engine's site browser (site:mysite.hubpages.com). All the post are existing there. Plz help me with the reasons.
Keyword usage, Face it, the Internet is ennundated with blogs, sites, articles, etc. It takes time to get to the top of the pile. Most of our readers are hubbers. If a person is searching for information, they usually will not look beyond the first 2 pages of listings found when searching.
Yea you should involve urself in some SEO activites for your hubs to get a better chance of getting search engine traffic. Yes the good content is essential but, without doing proper SEO you shud not expect any result from SERPs.
Thanks Linda and Shehzad for your kind answers. The fact is that I was getting traffic well but it came to zero in a day.
You could try advertising on social network sites like Facebook, MySpace ,and stumble upon .you might want to use title tuner to change the names of certain hubs.Good luck!
People who want to learn how to log into their bank account will go to the bank website, not a hub page. You need to choose topics that people are searching for and will use.
Writing on subjects that appear in hundreds of places online will not get you traffic either.
Well, I visited some of your hubs and found that there are less tags. You should add more tags. Consider the exact keywords which people would use for finding articles on the subject.
You might try submitting each hub to a ping service, such as pingler.com. I don't have an answer for why your search engine traffic dropped off. Based on the forums, you're not alone in that experience. I had an extremely slow week right after Halloween, and now I'm experiencing steady growth.
I've found that improving my keywords and tags has helped with outside traffic -- even for a couple of my older hubs. I use the Google keywords tool to find long-tail keywords that aren't too competitive. I also updated the hubs that had the lowest traffic. I'm getting the impression that Google likes fresh content.
By taking care in selecting keywords, I'm getting outside traffic pretty quickly on my newer hubs. Good luck.
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