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Where do you post your articles that generate the most traffic?
I consider myself well-versed in social media, and I have a rather large following on several sites. I share all my hubs on those platforms but I rarely see results, or at least not what I would expect. I was wondering where you guys post your articles, where you find the best results, and what methods you utilize to yield higher traffic?
Wow Kathleen you have many articles and you've only been here for a short time! Good Stuff! Loved your HOTD by the way! You are an amazing photographer!
I noticed that it takes awhile for traffic to generate, and it is well worth the wait. Keep knocking out those engaging Featured Hubs.
You have gained many followers in this short time and you know how to network it looks like you planted the seed. Patience is not my strong suit, but I'm learning.
I came across this link, but I think you may know all of this stuff. Keep up the great work!
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … line-Brand
There are lots of groups in social networking sites like facebook. Your hub would definitely fall in one such group. So when you could become a member of that group and share many thoughts, you could share your hub as well. If it is good enough, it will get shared and the process will continue to earn more traffic for you.
I use Facebook, Twitter, stumble upon, google+, digg, pingler, linked in and Hubpages on Facebook. Hope that helps!
actually there are a lot of article websites where you submit your articles and get more traffic like articlebase, ezinearticles, squidoo and many more. They are more professional and used specifically to generate traffic.
by Joanna Blackburn6 weeks ago
Besides Facebook and Linkedin, where do you post links to your articles?I post mine on Alignable, SheWrites and Levo. That this might be a good resource for everyone to find new places to post your links.
by Prince Serrao4 years ago
I have 5 featured hubs.. Can anyone suggest me wat to do in order to generate more traffic to my HUBS ?????
by Barbara Badder4 years ago
Yesterday someone shared one of my hubs on Facebook. It got 210 views. Let's try sharing some of the stuff of others that Facebook people tend to love and see what happens. You can use the referral link to earn some...
by Trihorus8 weeks ago
Hello Hubbers!I wanted some help with getting traffic. I seem to get a spike in traffic right after my hubs are published. I share it with my friends, that's it. Most of my traffic comes from HubPages itself. Of the 900...
by SunSeven7 years ago
If you have not seen the post its here - http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/05/followers-hub-traffic/It seem to discuss / declare that the more followers you have, the more traffic you will get to your hubs.But the stats...
by Amanda4 years ago
Do you post links to your hubs on Facebook?People keep telling me I should, but I'm not comfortable doing so for a variety of reasons.If you do post to Facebook, do you see good traffic results from it?
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