I have 11 hubs which have not been viewed in the last 30 days out of 127, is this good?
On checking my stats it would seem that I have 11 hubs which have not received any traffic in the last 30 days. From 127 hubs published I wonder whether this is a good ratio. Does anybody have any useful tips to make sure that all hubs receive traffic over 30 days.
I can only give you my own advice - and I'm no expert - so I hope you can get your zero hubs back on track!
With my poorer performing hubs I:
change a title,
add a new video or image,
rearrange a few capsules
take a look at the tags and summary to see if I can improve them.
When I'm in the mood I also look at SEO keywords and experiment with longer tail keywords ie little strings of keywords that make sense and just might bring in some traffic.
Sometimes when I go back to some of my older hubs they can seem a little tired so I have a go at refreshing them using all of the above over time.
Also make sure Google and Bing are crawling your site by checking out the stats!
Learn how to use RSS feeds on your hubs, which link to your other hubs. If you do this you should find you will get some views on your poorly performing hubs.
http://edweirdo.hubpages.com/hub/Promot … -RSS-Feeds
I would recommend you check the "mood" of your writing. It is important you catch the readers interest right away so they keep reading. It's like when you go to the mall and you pass by the same store, but you never go in because there is nothing that catches your attention in the display window. The same thing with you Hub if there is nothing catching people's attention they will just ignore it.
Hope I helped.
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