Ok, My male ego would love for me to say " I know all there is to know about blogging." but to be honest I haven't a clue. I am a writing and a decent one at that so I have written a hubpage but I have no idea about tags and how to drive traffic to my site. I have written for several publications on the web but they all want you to write for pennies while they make the buck. I feel that HubPages has great potential and can provide a very decent residual income "If you know the tricks of the trade" to make it work for ya.
So come all you Hubpage Gurus and help a fella out with some of that knowledge you've gained from the " been there, done that" school of blogging. Your friend from the ink pool Johnny Newell
I just published a hub today talking about how to raise your page or hub profile using a couple of simple SEO techniques. There are several good hubs here as well. I have linked to a couple of them at the end of the article. It is the one that's titled Organic Traffic...
The tricks of the trade are write to market, you can bend any of your interests that you enjoy writing about anyway, just be crafty in selecting titles and mix in the proper phrase here and there
If your creative, its not much of a tradeoff.
learn about the adwords keyword research tool
hubs on these topics abound
First of all, go research Darkside, Mark Knowles and Relache for their hubbing tips. Read the FAQ, read the TOS.
In the serach box above type in SEO, Backlinks, etc. and you will get a wealth of information right at your fingertips. It takes time, research and a lot of learning
Have fun, enjoy Hub Pages!
what Jane said. Oh, and please make a clear distinction between HubPages and blogging in your mind.
HubPages is a place to write magazine-style articles, not short chatty blog posts. You can write a series on the same topic if you like, and link them together, but treat each one as a separate article. One Hub can be anything from about 400 words to about 1,500.
by Mark McClean 5 years ago
Do you write for Google or the internal Hubpage community?As I read through the Hubpage tutorials they pointed out it is best to write articles that are "Evergreen."However MANY of the articles I read on Hubpages are simple commentary seemingly directed toward their Hubpage followers.I am...
by mtalbot2987 7 years ago
I'm worried that a requirement for SEO techniques compromises the freedom to write about what you want on hubpages and still get enough traffic to make money. Is it possible to write about whatever you want and still get traffic or do you have to write on popular subjects to draw people to your...
by BennyTheWriter 7 years ago
Is there any value in linking to your own hubs within OTHER hubs and your profile page, in terms of search engine page ranking? Any advantage at all? I've seen a lot of people do this.If this is a silly question, please forgive me; I'm still relatively new here. Thanks.
by damiaal 8 years ago
What are some good take aways current Hubbers might offer a newbie like myself?
by Lyria 7 years ago
Is page ranking the ultimate goal?The reason I ask this is because I'm new to this business and so I've been studying Hubpages, SEO techniques and a lot of blog-related material recently and it seems that page ranking is what everyone is shooting for. However, I've checked the page ranking for many...
by mochirajackson 4 years ago
Hi all,I've been here a month now and have 20 hubs, but when I read some of the forum posts I am worried that my traffic is low. I have had around 680 views total for all of my 20 hubs which averages about 6 per day for most of them, on average. I know it takes time to build up traffic and I am...
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