Does publishing many hubs in a short time help the traffic?

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  1. sereseus profile image69
    sereseusposted 9 years ago

    Does publishing many hubs in a short time help the traffic?

  2. ZIa Ahmed khan profile image41
    ZIa Ahmed khanposted 9 years ago

    Yes, it will help traffic because of two reason you remain in the eyes of people and there will more first time readers of the hubs.

    1. LetitiaFT profile image76
      LetitiaFTposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Good point. I've noticed when I participate in a contest or attempt a 30 day hub challenge, I gain followers exponentially compared with publishing the same number of hubs over time. You're right that remaining in the public eye helps.

  3. isenhower33 profile image64
    isenhower33posted 9 years ago

    I would say as long as it's quality content. These people that post so many hubs but dont put much thought into it doesnt help hubpages out as a whole. Makes them look bad if it's not quality stuff.

    1. sereseus profile image69
      sereseusposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the advice.

  4. sunilkunnoth2012 profile image48
    sunilkunnoth2012posted 9 years ago

    I dont think so.  But if you write quality hubs, you will surely be get noticed.  What matters the most is not quantity, but Quality.  So be patient and write good hubs with lots of details, that may attract more traffic to your hubs.

    1. sereseus profile image69
      sereseusposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I will try thanks for the answer,

  5. DDE profile image44
    DDEposted 9 years ago

    You can write as many articles as you like providing there is quality and is helpful to readers, examples like informative or on health topics, and relationships

  6. nwd profile image60
    nwdposted 9 years ago

    Quality overcomes quantity. Try to write a few quality hubs and then promote them in social bookmarking / nework sites. Also create content related authority backlinks to your content.

    Doing the above you will have the traffic you want. Content from hubpages can easily target any keyword! A quality hub with a few related backlinks can easily rank among the first 10 results in google.

    1. eusaphzae profile image38
      eusaphzaeposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hi NWD, would you mind to explain about related backlinks, as I am new her on HP.

    2. nwd profile image60
      nwdposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Related backlinks are links pointing to your hub from sites with related content. These kind of links are very strong and give a great boost in the SERPs. The end result will be a good place in the SERPs driving huge amounts of traffic to your hub.

  7. Wesley Meacham profile image60
    Wesley Meachamposted 9 years ago

    Yes and no. I guess it depends on what you mean by a "short time."

    In the long run it doesn't matter because what you should be really concerned with is not the initial traffic you recieve but the traffic you recieve over the lifetime of the hub.

    However, what I have found is that if you publish several hubs in one day it does very little for your immidiate traffic. I published six hubs in one day and while my traffic went up it didn't go up proportionately to the number of hubs that I published. It was about the same as publishing one or two hubs. Publishing once or twice a week seems to have a greater effect on traffic than publishing a lot all at once.

    So if you have several articles already written I would suggest publishing them on different days at least. I actually believe that once or twice a week is best.

    1. LetitiaFT profile image76
      LetitiaFTposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      My experience echoes yours. When I posted every day and sometimes twice a day for a 30 day hub challenge, I got more views, but not as many as from participating in a contest, when I published fewer, and only one every few days.

    2. AlexK2009 profile image85
      AlexK2009posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I think once a week is best.  Twice a week at most.

    3. sereseus profile image69
      sereseusposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hubs should be interesting and should have variety.I think thats what matters.

  8. Annemari profile image60
    Annemariposted 9 years ago

    I don't think so. It's rarely that you get traffic unless you're hub is attractive, in good quality and interesting. Lousy hubs won't attract attention at all. It's just a piece of advice, try harder at making wonderful hubs. Hope this helps.

    1. AlexK2009 profile image85
      AlexK2009posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Good hubs don't alway attract attention. I have a suspicion that certain types of bad hubs get a lot of friendly traffic, but have not worked out how to write such bad hubs. sad

    2. LetitiaFT profile image76
      LetitiaFTposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Ha ha! You're funny Alex. And right. It's got to be well-presented AND on a topic people are looking for. There's a lot of great material out there that interest only a few people. I know. All I need to do is look at my own low hub traffic! LOL

    3. sereseus profile image69
      sereseusposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I am thinking that hubs should be of variety.I have seen hubs that took a lot of time but lacks traffic due to variety and interest.

  9. LetitiaFT profile image76
    LetitiaFTposted 9 years ago

    The main advantage to publishing many hubs in a short time is that you get more work out there quicker and it can start working for you all the faster. That said, this is:
    - only true if the work is high quality,
    - especially true for google, which likes to see you're active,
    - sometimes true for your following of hub authors. Like Zla Ahmed Kahn said, it's important to remain in the public eye. Like Weasly's experience appears to indicate, your following won't have time to read what you write if there's too much of it too soon.
    The best is to follow ALL of the advice offered by everybody so far, which could more or less be summed up as: take the time to write quality hubs and publish them at intervals of a few days.

    1. AlexK2009 profile image85
      AlexK2009posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I agree being in the public eye matters.  Choice of topic is also important. My observation is few people read serious content.

  10. Sinea Pies profile image58
    Sinea Piesposted 9 years ago

    Yes, it will on a temporary basis. If they are well-written, green content and keyword searched, it can help build a steady flow of traffic. If you are in such a hurry to get them posted that they are only average? Well, the traffic will be short-lived.

  11. Rock_nj profile image91
    Rock_njposted 9 years ago

    I think it does.  If you start popping up on the HubPages newsfeed often with a lot of new content, people start to take notice and check out your Hubs.

  12. purnimamoh1982 profile image76
    purnimamoh1982posted 9 years ago

    it certainly helps in the short run. You can see an immediate boost in your traffic. However, over a period of time, it would matter only if the hubs are of good quality.

    1. AlexK2009 profile image85
      AlexK2009posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Well if you write one a day and they are good quality, whatever people mean by that, after a year some will be getting a lot of traffic and some none.  Which ones prosper is a matter of chance, not  quality.

      I like to try to produce quality but.,,,,

  13. posts profile image74
    postsposted 9 years ago

    Not exactly. Publishing hubs which are worthless and having no value will eventually kill your effort. So, instead of creating a bunch of crap hubs, research what people are searching and create hub which is worth of reading and give value to readers..

  14. Goody5 profile image53
    Goody5posted 9 years ago

    Depending on the topic I would have to say yes. Keep on hubbing  smile

  15. Novel Treasure profile image88
    Novel Treasureposted 9 years ago

    Its typically a short lived increase because the hubs go through the hopper so you have that elevated traffic while its being reviewed. But then it will drop back off.

    It could go back up depending on the quality of the content. But typically the ones that publish tons of hubs in a short amount of time are not the highest quality.


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