Which topic attracts most of the traffic on a hub ?
I have 227 featured hubs but the traffic is not being raised. I use mostly " poems" and "short stories" topics. I want to know as to how the traffic can be attracted on my hubs.
You Need to promote your poetry by sharing it in Twitter, Digg, Stumble Upon, Youtube, and Other social sites. This will get your writes seen. And then whenever possible place links in your hubpages poetry to your other poetry. with a simple invite: "If you like this write here are some of my other writes" Leave a link. Poetry needs to be promoted or extremely well liked by some one of an authority to receive free traffic.
Promote your Profile Pages at Twitter also as well at FaceBook If you have a Fanpage for your poetry you can create and ad to it and link your poems there back to Hubpages.
A link wheel could help and is needed on all of your profile pages. I wrote a Hub on this topic: http://sinbadsailorman.hubpages.com/hub … ffic-Wheel
Your Poetry will need to be Promoted as well as all of your work from time to time until you and your poems become more popular. Donnie/ Sinbad the Sailor Man
This is some really good advice, I also needed to hear/read this. Thanks much
Thanks Sinbadsailorman, for your valuable suggestions. I have accounts on facebook, pinterest, pixabay, linkedin, twitter etc. usually share my hubs on it. But I have never seen the increasing traffic on my hub. I will definitely search on your link.
The topics that attract the most views as far as I understand it are about making money and relationships. Some technology related Hubs also garner a decent amount of organic traffic.
However, it appears that your question is more along the lines of how to get traffic to your "poems" and "short stories" Hubs. Join groups on places like Facebook and Google+, and wherever else you can, and share snippets of your poems and short stories with links back to your Hubs. You should see a nice boost in traffic.
Thanks Rock_nj, for your valuable suggestions. I have accounts on facebook, pinterest, pixabay, linkedin, twitter etc. I usually share my new hubs every time, on facebook, twitter and pinterest. But I have never seen the increasing traffic on my hub
green categories, they used to say. popular articles are related to health, money, how to save money, recipes and DIY articles. I write more on recipes and DIY. Lots of traffic from them
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