What is the best way you use to promote your Hub?

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  1. dumenep profile image61
    dumenepposted 5 years ago

    What is the best way you use to promote your Hub?

  2. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    Two words my friend, "Google adsense." Just make sure to write around 15-20 good quality hubs before trying yo apply. Too many make that mistake of applying too soon.

  3. StitchTheDamned profile image72
    StitchTheDamnedposted 5 years ago

    I promote a lot using Facebook and it has gained me a lot of views. As soon as my hubs finish going through the 24 hour quality assesment, I post a link on my facebook. smile Social networking sites are excellent for obtaining views.

  4. georgialgal1984 profile image85
    georgialgal1984posted 5 years ago

    I don't have any social networking accounts and don't want to spend/waste my time on them. So to promote my hubs I like to comment on other hubs, answer questions, comment on high traffic blogs (linking my hubpage profile to my name), and having Pinterest friendly pictures. Pinterest friendly pictures are a great way to get exposure because visitors of your hubs will pin and share them for you. Hope this helps and you have a great day~

    1. dumenep profile image61
      dumenepposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for sharing your experiences!!! But, how do you link your hubpage profile to your name, when you comment on high traffic blogs?

    2. georgialgal1984 profile image85
      georgialgal1984posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Most blogs will have a comment form. The form will ask your name, e-mail address, and your site. I copy and paste my hubpages profile url to the your site box on the comment. When someone clicks on my name, it takes them to my hubpages profile.

  5. The Public Image profile image78
    The Public Imageposted 5 years ago

    I'm new to this, so take my advice with a grain of salt! However, in my 6 days of writing Hubs, I've racked up over 200 views, so I believe I'm doing something right.

    The first thing I'd say is to make sure you're writing about things you truly care about and understand. The best promotion you can get is good content, because if you're able to fill a niche by meeting a need that's not being met already (or meeting it in a way that it isn't already being met), your material WILL be seen, even if only by your fellow Hubbers.

    I've had limited success with social media; so far, Facebook hasn't really given me any traction but I'm starting to see things trickle through from Twitter. I'm writing a guitar-related blog and I play in a popular New England band, so I think a little crossover traffic is working in my favor.

    But so far, other than HubPages itself, the single biggest source of traffic for me has come from submitting my Hubs' URLs to StumbleUpon.com. It's not exactly been a deluge, but if I leave a Hub up for a day on its own, it might garner 10 views from HP initially. If I put it up on StumbleUpon the following day, it's almost guaranteed to accrue an additional 20 hits over a day or so. Again, not huge, but it gives my views a shot in the arm almost instantly.

    So, good luck to you in your promotional efforts! I hope this information helps.

 
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