How has Pinterest added to your traffic to your hubs?
How has Pinterest added to your traffic to your hubs and accumulated through Adsense or Amazon/ebay capsule?
I have noticed a nice improvement in the number of total views I get across all of my hubs from pinning on pinterest. I have still not gone through all my old hubs and pinned them all but I am slowly doing so and I believe it has brought more traffic. Several of my hubs have received several repins from other users one over 30 repins which is surely helping to add visibility to my hubs and at the end of the day result in more ad revenue. Pinterest has helped my daily view increase on several hubs as they were at a low number for many months and after I pinned them and they received some repins I am getting anywhere from 15 - 30 views a day on those hubs. It has not fixed some poor performing hubs, but I don't have great pictures for those and that is the biggest piece of success of pinterest you have to have great looking pics or it will result in no real benefit. I can't give you exact specific's but I am pleased with the results and will continue to do so in the future. I wouldn't mind if you went and pinned a few of my hubs as well
I joined pinterest for the sole purpose of getting more traffic to my hubs. I think, however, that this has worked against me. Since I didn't have many followers, the pins aren't generating much traffic. I still can't see it on my traffic sources page yet. But I do think it will be a good investment in the long run, so long as I keep up with it and use the site outside of Hub related activity.
The only hub I have gotten much traffic to from pinterest is my Easter Decoration Hub. I think maybe this type of hub is well suited to the site. There's a lot of crafty stuff, and decorating stuff there, it is a timely subject, and I had an attractive photo that got repinned a lot.
I get some traffic from Pinterest, but not much. Like M.T.Dremer, I also don't have many followers. Although I enjoy pinning, I don't have that much time to spend on Pinterest. I got a couple of Amazon sales, but again, not much. I'm still learning which works, and which doesn't work.
I've gotten minimal traffic from Pinterest thus far. I think because most of my "followers" there are people I already know from Facebook, some forums I belong to, etc., and they're already quite familiar with my Hub activity.
I still post links there cuz I figure what the hell, it doesn't cost anything, but I don't think it's going to become a major source of traffic for me. Oh well. It was worth a shot.
wow what is this Pinterest? sounds like something fun and cool
I have had some views but not many and none accumulated as far as my Adsense. Maybe it'll begin one day until then I continue to submot things I find of interest for others and a passion for me.
I don't know about my hubs, but it seemed that Pinterest sent a lot of traffic to my blogs. So, since I pinned my hubs also, I'm hoping it's doing the same.
by John Coviello 4 years ago
I have been pinning my Hubs on Pinterest for a few months now, and about 70 of my Hubs are now pinned. I have also had several of my pins to Hubs shared by others on Pinterest. Despite all of this, I do not have one single click from Pinterest showing up in my HubPages traffic...
by Kathy Hull 6 years ago
Is anyone seeing a lot of traffic from Pinterest?I have had a huge jump in my traffic for one article that got pinned on Pinterest by someone else. I was wondering if anyone else has seen this kind of activity. Or if you could see the potential of using Pinterest as another avenue to...
by Zulie 14 months ago
HelloI have a few hubs but I have next to no traffic. The traffic that I do get comes directly from Hubpages.I've pinnned some of my pages onto pinterest but no of them have been repinned, what am I doing wrong?Any help or advice (or pins) are greatly appreciated
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Well, long time back, I pinned one of my hubs to Pinterest.I just now did a partial title search, without quotes.My Pinterest post ranked number one. Obviously my hub did not.Thoughts, anyone...?
by Janis Leslie Evans 7 weeks ago
I see a lot of queries about getting traffic, lack of traffic, how to increase traffic, etc. The long answer is it takes time, hard work, good writing skills, mastery of the formula, surviving Google algorithms, and persistence. The short answer is figuring out the secrets of online writing and how...
by Sherry Hewins 2 years ago
I started a Pinterest account about two years ago. I pinned some of my hubs, without much hope of getting anything out of it. Now Pinterest is running a close second to Google in my traffic sources. Have you tried Pinterest, and have you had success with it?
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