Do you do some extra efforts to get traffic to your hubs? How do people find your hubs? Or you just write the hub and that's it?
I personally usually just write the hub then let the views come on their own. Typically, those who are your fans will trail in and often comment. That gets your hub in hubtivity which draws more views. It's not a ton of traffic and its all internal, but it's as much effort as I typically make with a hub.
If there happens to be a hub I want to draw extra traffic to, I tell people about it. I advertise it so to speak on MySpace or FaceBook, email friends about it-that sort of thing.
As scores rise on the hub itself, it will become more visible within hubpages. Thus drawing more views.
by Becki Rizzuti3 years ago
I've noticed that there is at least one post claiming to have gained a significant amount of traffic this week, but for me, my traffic has dropped by 50%. One hub, which at its height was getting over 4k hits a...
by Brian7 years ago
Well, it seems to me that my traffic is never going to increase.I am lucky to get one hit a week now, and the only traffic I am getting is from google.I know that being away for a while doesn't help much, but none of my...
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of...
by Mary4 years ago
What are some different ways to increase hub traffic?
by Nathan Bernardo5 years ago
Should you update a Hub when you see its traffic waning, even before it's gone Idle? Will this keep it from going Idle and increase traffic to it?
by Oyewole Folarin4 weeks ago
I’m happy to see a sudden increase in my hub traffic. And when I checked my traffic sources report, I found that they are all organic traffic.
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