Why my hubs are not getting enough visitors?
Any suggestion is appreciated.
Perhaps a lack of engagement with your readers, or maybe just a lack of awareness? Try posting links to your hubs on social networking sites or on Facebook, or leave links to your HP profile page in your signature in emails or on forums. Write often and well, and try to join in on the community as best you can; ask and answer questions, participate in the forums, and try to maintain a diverse portfolio of hubs focusing on a lot of different things. For example, I talk a lot about how to make money online, gaming, and health in my hubs, and make sure that I have a mix of articles to get a mix of audiences, leading to more views.
Try replying to your reader's comments. Also try commenting on other people's hubs that have a similar topic to your own. It wouldn't hurt to share your hubs on relevant forums and groups either.
I just have gone through some of your hubs, well written. You need to do some keyword research to improve traffic to your hubs.
Participation in commenting on following hubbers is the best way to increase the traffic on your hubs and try to reply hubbers which put comment on your hub.
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