Do your hubs get more traffic from Bing, Yahoo or Google?
I noticed that I always get more traffic from Bing and Yahoo than I do from Google. How can I increase my Google traffic to my hubs? Where does the majority of your traffic come from?
Google most definitely. But, what brings me the most traffic is Pinterest. Yes, this is a fantastic way to get your work out there and get traffic.
I just recently set up a Pinterest account. I'm not quite sure how to use it to promote my HubPages articles, though...any tips?
Yes. When you complete your Hub, there will be a icon to share with Pinterest come up. Just click it and name your pin my friend. Also you can go back to previous hubs and find the Pinterest icon on the right hand side of the page.
My traffic sources seem to vary according to the hub. I've had very little traffic to any of them from Bing so far and I'm getting equal amounts from Yahoo and Google. I'm still very new to HB so I'm playing around with hub titles to see if that makes any difference. It looks like it does! So my advice is make some changes to titles and with trial and error you'll see what works. I found the HP Learning Center guide to writing titles to be very useful.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ndly-Title
I get the most traffic from Google.com and then Google UK, Canada, Jamaica and then the other Google subdomains follow.
Do you use the Google Keywords tools? searches have to do with keywords....what people type in to search for. If people are not searching for your topics through Google search engine they will hardly find them. Use Google search terms in your hubs and you will get more Google traffic.
For me, it is Google.com and Google.in, followed by my HubPages profile and then Google.co.uk and Google.au. Bing is a few places further down the list. I have never gotten a hit from Pinterest, although I admit I haven't tried all that hard with it.
For me it's mostly Google. I've been wondering why I don't get more Yahoo and Bing traffic.
Most of my traffic is from google.co.in and google.com. Although the number of pageviews I get have drastically come down recently, still whatever I get are from google.
Most of my traffic comes from social media sources like Pinterest, then Google and its various subdomains, not a lot from Bing or Yahoo.
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