I'm seeing that many people here want to boost their views on their hubs It's a nice way to get some information out and earn some money from your hubs, for sure.
So I wanted to take the time to show you a few ways that you can increase the amount of traffic you get to your Hubs.
I'm not an expert at Hubs Par-Se, but I've got 60+ websites recieving thousands of visitors each day... So here's how you do it.
First off, you need to find a good keyword to target, something that has a lot of searches in search engines, because the end goal will be to rank your hub in Google, Yahoo and MSN so it can get free traffic from outside sources.
A good keyword will have a few thousand searches per month, and under 20,000 or so competing pages with "quotes" in Google, so let's say your keyword is "puppy training books" that has 1,900 searches in Google and 3,600 competing pages in Google right now. Perfect! Should be easy!
How you need to build a hub on that topic and make it QUALITY of course. Then make sure you use the word "puppy training books" a few times throughout the page to make it optimized for search engines. Don't over do it.
Now you want to get as many backlinks as possible from other websites online. Share your links on Social Bookmarking sites like Digg.com, Del.icio.us, Stumble upon and other similar sites.
Write and submit articles on article directories such as ezinearticles, goarticle and articledashboard. This will help imrpove the links you get to your site and will boost its ranking in Google.
Then keep doing this until it is ranking #1 or whatever you want your hub to rank!
Repeat this with each new hub and you'll have thousands of views on your hubs each day and high ranking hubs in the search engines.
I do this for my websites, blogs and online products I sell
Ignore the erroneous lesson in French. "Per se" is actually Latin.
Other than that, you've got some good tips here. What site are you using to do your keyword research?
These are some good tips. Thanks for sharing Chris.
Great info, thanks for sharing. Why didn't you make it a hub. creativeone59
Why do you have 60+ websites? Surely 1 would be sufficient but who knows.
I thouht if you posted a hub in an article without rewriting it you can get penalized for duplicate content. Is this true anyone? Thank you.
Rewrite your post with a thesaurus at your elbow... just for practice!
by Cardia 9 years ago
I'm relatively new to Hubpages, and so far I've published three articles. However, the view numbers are pretty small, and I'd like to increase them. I'm currently writing some more Hubs right now, but any tips that you'd like to share, I'd really appreciate them
by Paul Maplesden 8 years ago
I’ve been reading many questions on the forums about how to get more traffic to your hubs. I’m a great believer in testing something, analysing the results, refining and sharing, and I approached the subject of how to get hub views in a practical methodical way. I’ll share my techniques below and...
by Jasmine 6 years ago
How many hub views do you get in one day?I currently get around a 100 views a day with 30 hubs. Is that OK?
by Cynthia 8 years ago
How many hub views do you have for the last 24 hours?
by Jeyaprakash 8 years ago
Do you get an increase in your hub views?When does a hub view start increasing.. As it gets older with increased hub score? How long it takes for a hub to attract a lot of traffic direct from search engine?
by westpointfb20 11 years ago
I am still fairly new to this thing and I was wondering what is a good number of views on a hub in a day's time? Also, it seems that as the days whither on the number of views decreases exponentially...what is the best way to go about changing that?
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