You can use social networking sites life facebook, digg, stumbleupon, and others. Also, grow within the community and write unique and original content and the traffic will come.
I've been having trouble with this too. I found where someone suggested to start posting comments on other people's hubs, putting helpful advice, and become a bit more known on the hubpages. I've done that and it seems to have helped a bit.
I agree with Ironman1992, reading other peoples articles and leaving positive comments is the way to go, because you'll build a good reputation, get more followers and a larger audience for your articles. Also, it takes time, the search engines like well established articles to discourage spammers.
by Jesse Unk 2 weeks ago
I've been writing just over a year now and I have a few fairly successful articles. I get decent traffic, but nowhere near where I want to be. All of my hubs are featured and many are picked up by the network sites. I've got a pretty good rating and my hubs are pretty well thought out and detailed...
by EMartin 10 years ago
All,I would like to generate more traffic to my Hubs from outside sources, as it is my understanding that these are the folks that are more likely to 'click.' Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your reading my Hubs, too, but just want to add a bit more into the mix.Could someone please make a...
by Prince Serrao 4 years ago
I have 5 featured hubs.. Can anyone suggest me wat to do in order to generate more traffic to my HUBS ?????
by Karen Creftor 6 years ago
How do you generate traffic to your hubs?
by inspirazi 5 years ago
I've been in hubpages for mobths. But I dont know how to drive traffic to my hubs and what kind of article people searching on hubpages. Anyone can help?
by Jasmine 7 years ago
How many social bookmarking sites do you use to draw traffic to your hubs?What sites do you use to promote your hubs and which of them draw the best traffic?
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