There are a bazillion factors involved in that. If you wrote on an overly saturated topic...something that everyone on Earth is writing about, and you didn't do good on page SEO, you might NEVER get search engine traffic.
I don't know if this is still true, or not - but it used to be that Google indexed new links from Digg.com every hour, so the first thing you should do is submit your hub to digg after publication, and then the monster Google search engine will know that it exists sooner rather than later.
by Arthur Fontes8 years ago
How much traffic would I expect to receive from search engines? What is an average percentage of traffic coming from search engines?
by Ethan Green5 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar5 years ago
I am experiencing that there is a very small traffic to my Hubs from Hubapages. It shows just 2 to 4 pages per day. On the other hand, the traffic sent from search engines is very high. Have you experiencing same thing?...
by TopUniverse7 years ago
I am new to hubpages(joined 6 days back). I made few hubs(so far 3) and asked few questions, posted some comments too.Next day i created my account, my profile page has been indexed in google. Plus my first hub also...
by Lyudmyla Hoffman5 years ago
With time, well written hubs will gain traffic from search engines?I see that being mentioned here and there. Does that happen because of magic? prayers? is there another explanation? Or am I misunderstanding something?
by Page1 SEO tactics5 years ago
Anyone who knows SEO knows that Google prefers fresh content but when our newely published hubs undergo the 24 hour pending publication with a no index tag added to the robot txt our hubs loose their freshness by the...
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