Keep up your hubbing activities, read a great deal of hubs, and keep commenting on them as insightful as you can, continue to participate here a great deal in the Q&A area, and in forums if at all possible. Try to answer questions by generating entire hubs in connection to them.
This all equates to hubtivity, and more ways for people to find your thoughts on things as a hubber in the hubpages community, and it will help them to choose whether they would like to begin reading your hubs.
You can also begin writing about fellow hubbers hubs you found that motivated you, was inspiring to you, or entertaining enough that you feel it needs to get known by others, write hub love hubs that help to spread the hub love, which means it can help great hubbers get even more love then their already getting, it helps in paying it forward for people here.
You can also join social networking groups on facebook, & google plus where hubbers share with one another.
This cycle will help you attract more viewers to your hubs for sure, and be sure to focus on being real when doing so, by truly getting into the hubbers hubprofile, ask them good questions in the comment area if you need to get to know them more better, and this will help you to make more friends, as opposed to just hubbing without knowing folks here much. Good Luck! & don't forget to enjoy hubbing and have fun!
Okay after reading the previous answer I may be doing it wrong! To me consistant viewers come from outside of hubpages while occasional traffic is generated from within hubpages. Consistant traffic for me comes from google. The hubbers who view my hubs are less than my google traffic. To get consistant google traffic you need to write about topics that will always be searched for. It's okay to put out a few that are not "evergreen", but the majority should be "evergreen". Make sure they are tagged with the correct keywords which you can get from Google adwords. Make sure you share your hubs on a few social networking sites. Personally Hubpages only generates me traffic on debate type hubs not fact based hubs which is what most googlers are looking for.
By promoting your online brand in social networks, such as twitter and facebbok, among many others.
I have to agree with Peeples that consistent views come from outside Hubpages. When you publish a new hub you get a burst of traffic from within Hubpages but as soon as the hub gets lost in the pool then it depends of outside traffic.
If you want to get those outside views the first thing you must make sure of is that your hub is formatted for the search engines to send traffic your way and that includes title that is searchable and not too long, max 65 character, no one word titles (use keywords if necessary). Your tags must be relevant and not too many as search engines usually pick up the first 15 or so. Your content must be relevant to your title and tags as well. No less than 500 words. Keep improving your hubs and your traffic will improve.
Sharing and marketing your hubs are secondary to writing quality material and proper formatting. I occasionally share on FB and Twitter. I don't market (I did about a year ago and found it tedious and non effective). 90% of my entire traffic comes from Search engines.
Ok. Cloud explorer is correct in his methods for internal hubpage views but you need to have your hubs noticed by google to get external views which tend to be more consistent in the long run. Write hubs that are in demand, provide honest back links to get your hubs noticed by people interested in your niche and be sure to have both google and bing crawl your page. By following these steps I manage to consistently receive a few hundred views a day just from google not counting what I receive from social networks and hubpages.
by Amanda S 6 years ago
I have seen mixed messages as to whether or not this is legal. Please help me sort this out. Thanks.
by Ethan Green 17 months ago
Since I joined HP there has been a constant battle against the rise and fall of traffic. We are often encouraged to tune our titles, edit our content and generally try to improve our Hubs. Now with the threat of having Hubs unfeatured, as well as the new quality assessment process taking place...
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Article for discussion. I know that this recent development has already been mentioned by some hubbers in forums. But I am now wondering if this might be the main reason why we are seeing the current traffic plunges for many hubbers? See link...
by Solaras 4 years ago
Your arrival has eclipsed a new feature that we were discussing in earnest when the merger was announced.HubberPro is a new feature. In a nutshell, HP has hired 7 excellent editors to help bring our hubs up to snuff. They will be doing fact checking, editorial corrections, updating images...
by Jennifer Richards 8 years ago
Jennifer - first of all ... don't ask for readership. Let it come. And it will come if you do the following:1. Read others work and comment/ rate it2. Take part in the forum, even if it's just asking for help or offering help to others3. Publish hubs of interest to your fellow hubbers4. Rate up...
by kazeemjames01 8 years ago
Fine, the forum has lots of people that claims they make thousands of dollars every month. I doubt 98% of them. From my experience, I may want to believe Ryankett because I've seen most of his backlinking works on various sites.If you make that much every month, voice it out and help breath...
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