What is your best traffic building tip?
Do you do something that always results in traffic to your hubs? Is there a tip you want to share that makes a difference for traffic to your hubs? All tips are welcome!
Make sure your hubs are not too short. I wrote a lot of short Hubs in the early days, and they almost all died after the first few weeks. I have gradually added content to them, and most of them now get at least some traffic. It seems for the kind of Hubs I write, 900 words is about the minimum.
I have a few that you might want to checkout on the below hub:
http://richardpac.hubpages.com/hub/How- … s-Articles
And I have also had very good success with Stumble Upon:
http://richardpac.hubpages.com/video/Ho … og-Article
You may also want to pay attention to the time that you publish your hubs, as this can effect your traffic at first a great deal:
http://richardpac.hubpages.com/hub/Disc … st-Traffic
Too short is bad for traffic, but too long a hub can be bad too. I find that 700 - 2500 words is most effective. Less or more text than that hasn't worked well for me.
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