What are some good ways to increase traffic to Hubs?
Most of my hubs are tutorials or how-tos, and recently I haven't been getting a lot of visitors.
I was just wondering what are some effective ways to increase traffic flow? I have a Twitter page that I share my Hubs on, and I also share them on Yahoo Answers and Facebook.
By writing a really good hub,that has a niche target group and submitting it to all the major search engines.Be sure to write a summary and have the proper tags for your hub and you should get traffic, I get a lot from google,yahoo,bing and ask.
Oh yeah and you can also use social networking sites as long as you aren't spamming to get some extra hits.
I hope this helps.
And I hope this is the best answer to your question.
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