I throw a made for pinterest image on them, make sure I have decent keywords then let Google and Google pinners send me traffic.
I try to promote my hubs as much as possible to get some attention from others, to discuss in different topics and of course to earn some money and promote other products.
Yes I do.
I use, Twitter, Reddit, Digg, Facebook, and several others. There are many ways to promote your hubs.
I personally am writing on Hubpages to make extra money. What would be the point of writing and not telling people about it.
To keep it fresh for Google, I also update my articles. Organic traffic is necessary and I do what I can to increase it.
Like WryLilt I too rarely promote my hubs, although I should promote them more to get more attention. Usually when I post a new hub I will share it with Facebook, Twitter and sometimes Pintrest right off and then let Google do the rest. If I actually promoted I am sure I would get even more traffic.
Yes, I promote my hub to friend through facebook, shetoldme, etc. I also comment others hub so they will visit my site. Promoting is important to increase traffic to your hub, Thanks
I tried that, but I don't anymore. If you post links on message boards, you are spamming. If you post links on sites like stumbleupon and reddit, you are still spamming, and you might get blocked by their spam filters. I found that it is best for me to just write about things that people are searching for, and then wait for Google to bring me traffic.
I share all my hubs in my facebook page and twitter to be accessible to my friends.
I don't know much about promoting the hub and any help in that direction will be appreciated.
I do if I feel I have written something worthwhile. Otherwise I just let it do it's own thing.
I always promote my new hubs on facebook, twitter, chime.in and many other places.
thanks for all contributing, I learn a lot in this case.
by GAGANPREET SINGH BHATIA 5 years ago
Do you promote your hubs?Hey friends. Just wanna know whether we can promote our hubs on Facebook, Twitter etc.?
by Kate Daily 6 months ago
Hi guys, I'm hoping for some advice. Basically here's my issue: I enjoy writing informative articles that I believe will be useful to people. However, I can't stand promoting my hubs.The thought of spending my time scouring the Web looking for places to post it, opening tons of social media...
by sasta10 7 years ago
Anyone please let me know how you promote your hubs? What method do you use? Any tips please. Thanks.
by Audrey Hunt 3 years ago
Do you use social media to bring traffic to your hubs? What are your favorites?
by Alice Marlowe 3 years ago
Did you wait until you had plenty of hubs and the ad accounts activated before you started promoting your hubs or did you start promoting right away?
by Jasmine 7 years ago
How many social bookmarking sites do you use to draw traffic to your hubs?What sites do you use to promote your hubs and which of them draw the best traffic?
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