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Why do hubs attract a arge amount of attention in the first week, but then trickle down?
It is mostly your followers that are reading your latest hubs. They show up prominently on your profile page.
In the first few days your followers read the hubs, they may leave comments and their followers can see their comments and your hub due to it. If they like it they'll read and if they leave a comment the process continues. Also some followers share the hub amongst their followers using the share amongst followers option and the same continues until the initial push dies out.
it depends on things what you are writing and how many searches have been performed for the related keyword.... i have seen so many hubs specially when you write about Facebook status ideas and something creative or inspiring that really generates the interest of others to leave a feedback...
i am new at hub-pages but on other platform and on my blog i have experienced ... i wrote something originally and creative and it got promoted at social bookmarking sites with such a huge amount of traffic.... and your keyword strength also help you in getting you page appeared on web
In addition to what MT said, the hub also goes in the newly published hubs rotation where readers who hub hop will see them. After a couple of days they are no longer visible there so after your followers and the hoppers read the view goes down. When you start getting traffic from external sources the views will start to gradually increase again.
This is mostly because of your followers who are interested in what you have to publish.
Initial eagerness makes people view your hubs in the beginning.Thereafter it is your promoting it that will bring viewers.Social medias are excellent for promoting your hubs.
by Krishna7 years ago
http://hubpages.com/profile/Five+One+CowsA link for all those people who need large number of fans in their bucket.
by jfay20116 years ago
How can this be done? Some hubbers only have a small amount of hubs and not a lot of followers. How can they make $100 a week when some of us who write more hubs, mind you quality stuff, use all the links,...
by Lizam15 years ago
Do hubbers who attract 1000 plus readers do this from hub pages alone or other webtivity?I am happy with my slowly but surely increasing following here on the hub. I hope to attract more and look forward to...
by TheRaptorClaw7 years ago
How can i attract traffic to my hubs?Hey darkside, i really want to get more traffic for my hubs and you can check them out if you want but i was told to ask you about this problem. That you know how to help me. Please...
by Anastasia Bronnikova3 years ago
Here's something I've been wondering. Is there any sort of accepted netiquette here re; how often new hubs may be added and at what point it starts looking like spammage? I'm sitting of several half-finished WIPs and,...
by jackavc7 years ago
How do you attract more followers to read your hubs?
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