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Traffic to articles falling
Hello all, I recently wrote a hub on Vegan Diet, this had a good score of 80 before but now I am seeing a blue bar which says that the traffic is falling for this article. But I am confused as to what should I do to keep the traffic rising. I have already posted it on various social media sites too. How is it possible to keep the traffic rising for all hubs which we write. Any advice, suggestions from fellow hubbers will me much appreciated and valued. Please help me out
You will eventually see your articles show the decrease in traffic sign. because every authors articles will eventually reach a peak then decline in traffic again. So do not let that bother you and worry about your total views as a whole.
Some good tips are to find a niche or topic that will continue to get views rather then articles such as holiday articles that will only get you views around the respective holiday. I would suggest guides, tips, or articles that will get people to keep coming back to your articles.
The final bit of advice for you is to back link your articles on social networking, and bookmarking websites that allow you to link to your articles.
I agree with what sm825 said. Aside from that, try to market your hubs in social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Free article directory services are also available today so make sure you get the most out of them. One of my favorites is articlebase.com. I currently receive an average of 20 views per day from this site. I hope this made sense. Good luck and God bless!
thank you daily top, i never knew that articlebase can be such a good traffic earner. the only thing which baffles me is what should be our key focus point- article directories, blog directories or fb,twitter,pinterst etc. any help would be welcomed
It depends on your hub's topic. For those related to entertainment such as movies, music, videos, and anime, marketing in social networking sites is a must. Otherwise, article directories are better.
You didn't say where the traffic is coming from, but typically every article gets an early rush of traffic mostly from other hubbers. Also, don't worry too much about those blue arrows. They go up and down a lot, especially for hubs with lower views. You've received some good advice from other hubbers here. Just keep in mind that your main goal is organic traffic from search engines.
try backlinks; stumbleupon, DIGG, Delicious, Triond, Expertscolumn, twitter, facebook and Yahoo answer. Besides that, add some capsules into yr hub or change the title to refresh your hub. Maybe your hub will increase more viewers.
thanks peachpurple, though stumble,twitter, fb have been good, but i have never been able to get traffic from Digg and delicious. Also can you please tell whether expertscolumn accepts articles which have been published elsewhere or original only,
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