There are three ways of increasing your traffic if it is falling.
- The first is to "advertise" your content on Social Media such as Facebook, Google+ etc.
- The second is to publish more content. If you are writing several Hubs on similar subjects, these can be naturally linked together. If a user really likes your Hub and sees a link to another Hub that looks interesting on a similar topic they may well click on it and read it as well.
- You can also edit your existing content regularly to improve it and keep it fresh. This can generate extra views, especially if you get awarded Editors Choice or go up Google's ranking as a result.
Good luck and I hope the traffic fall is only temporary!
Same here, my traffic too is falling inspite of the fact that i am sharing my hubs on social media
I just checked out your profile, you have quite a few Christmas hubs, so I would expect that your traffic will increase soon
Thanks Robbie, but i have written these hubs only few weeks back so may be i get traffic, though till now no sale has occured on these
Here's some things that have worked for me:
Start publishing more. If you can't publish a Hub everyday, make sure you publish at least two or three times a week. For now, REALLY concentrate on topics you know will be of interest and which will be picked up by search engines.
Comment on other people's work. In particular, search for Hubs similar to your own interest. This way others might see your name, click on your profile, and be happy they found more hubs on the same subject.
Get active in the forums and ask and answer questions. Don't start getting spammy with anything. But be as active as you can. The more your name is out there, the more attention you will get.
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