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What's the best way to keep traffic coming to your hubs?
Write frequently, after a week or two of inactivity, you see traffic plummet. Most times even before then.
Write frequently but also promote frequently. Once a week I'll go through and retweet/Facebook promote some of my older hubs to help drive some more traffic to them.
If you want constant traffic to specific hubs then they have to be niche articles that people frequently search for on the internet. Write SEO friendly articles that people will find easily through search engines.
You also must promote your hubs by creating backlinks and RSS feeds. Articles that are of greater long term interest will also gather more traffic. Such articles include health, technology, arts, fashion and travel. Trend articles are short term traffic generators and will be lost as soon as the trend changes.
For ideas on promoting your hubs for more traffic you can read:
http://jack01.hubpages.com/hub/Instant- … irectories
and follow more articles in the same category.
by Don2 months ago
Some articles you can add to (or update?) every week, but should you? Does anyone know if how often you add to an article changes (positively or negatively) your views, earning potential, etc.
by Daniel Mollat3 weeks ago
Does having many hubs count much to gaining more income in HP? I wonder how some hubbers have less than 50 hubs yet are deriving a good amount of revenue from good traffic numbers, while other hubbers have hundreds of...
by gjcody8 days ago
I have not been in this blog platform for a while ...but every time I return there so many issues that seem to be a problem. Why when my articles were okay before when they were posted are they now not good...
by Li Galo5 years ago
It's coming up on a year for me at HP. Do you have any advice on what areas to improve in my hubs?I earn about $2 every 2 weeks for nearly 100 hubs! I've done all I can think of: backlinks, youtube, polls, maps,...
by Aman Ullah Ghazi4 months ago
Need detailed and honest explaination.
by Missing Link2 months ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
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