How do you manage so thousands of views with so little hubs (MountainJake Man)?
This is a specific question to MountainJakeMan who has over 10,000 views with less than 15 hubs. Is it pure SEO or hub promotion through your own blog? If you are a hubber like MountainJakeMan feel free to give your insights.
good question David,how is that done? Advanced electronics? Magic keywords? Computerized technology? How is that done?
after some research...........
he writes about gaming and that's hip,more power to him. Smart guy I'd say
I've noticed that anyone that writes about computer games get a lot of views. Just write about the latest games and how to win them.
Problem is... I don´t play computer games. Stopped playing in college cause it took to much time.
Computer games are not evergreen hubs. Even so, I think you can 'make a living' out of it because the initial huge traffic is enough to get you by, if you continue to write regularly. But not if you rest for any period of time...
Topic is very important, and mountainjakeman seems to have found a popular one. However, you should only write about what you know. He knows about gaming, so he's lucky. Like you, I do not. Wish I did...but hey, that's just part of the game. The bigger question is this: how much money is he earning? You can have tons of page views, but they may not make much money.
I think MountainManJake does a pretty good job of answering this question himself in his hub, "6 Ways To Increase Your HubPages Traffic."
1. Interact every day via Hub Comments, Hub Forums, and HP Questions & Answers
2. Use the HubPages Mobile App to stay connected and interact with HP community
3. Write more hubs (he's now up to 20 hubs)
4. Link all relevant hubs together
5. Consistently update all hubs
6. Use social bookmarking/media sites like StumbleUpon, Digg, and Twitter
Good luck, David! Hope that helps.
I think part of the answer is whether your Hub participation is going to be a full-time vocation or a part-time method of expression and relaxation. I cannot spend all day on the Hub.
I go in stages of writing several hubs, then I will concentrate on answers to questions. I gave up on the forums a long time ago. I was never high in the numbers game. My Hub score is usually in the 90s and have hit 100 a couple of time. My page views use to be about 60 per day but in the past few days have been between 20 and 30.
I would like to see Hub Pages put in a section that would list all the hubs written the day before with the first paragraph. That would improve everyone's chances to interact and maybe branch out.
Seems like everyone is answering, except MountainJakeMan, LOL. Maybe it's his top secret...
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