Does having more followers translate into external more traffic and more income?
In my experience, no, not at all. If traffic and income is your goal, you need organic search engine traffic.
Not neccessarily but having more followers could increase the chance of others linking to your hubs which could help your google rankings which in turn could generate increased organic traffic but i certainly wouldn't rely on this as your only means of generating external traffic but it won't hurt and may potentially contribute somewhat to your overall efforts.
this is a yes if your followers visit your new hubs and click on your links to buy stuff or click on your ads
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
Does having more followers lead to increased external traffic?
by alphagirl6 years ago
I have subscribed to other rss feeds. I don't have time to hub and be on facebook. I like facebook for some things, but not all. I don't have time to comment on yahoo, etc. what would you suggest?I am asking because I...
by Alex Gadd2 years ago
As a hubber, can you share how you market your hubs as to get traffic to it?Do you gather large amount of followers or throw back links into your hubs to get them spotted on Google?Your thoughts most appreciated
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
I don't know if I was clear in my title question. I have a recipe hub that is also a video hub. I have noticed that regular recipe hubs are doing much better plus this hub does not show up in search as a recipe but a...
by beindustrial6 years ago
Hello everyone!I'm new here at Hubpages and I got 4 hubs already. But I can't seem to get more followers and traffic for my hubs. Can anyone advise me what is the best thing to do? Thanks and GOD bless!Brett
by Andria6 years ago
I ask because I am currently experiencing yet another traffic surge. I've gone from 200+ views per day to in excess of 1600. Yet the income remains pretty darn poor.I've brought this up more than once and I have to say...
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