How many Hubs do You need to write so Hubpages gives you traffic? 100-200- 1000?
Is it the number of years you are on Hubpages to get traffic from Google or is it the number of Hubs you write?
Neither really, although both may help. The most important thing is writing hubs that answer reasonably popular search queries better than anything else.
One well written article on a topic that people search for regularly will bring you traffic. The more well written, relevant articles you write the more views you will get and the more you can earn.
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As the others said, traffic has more to do with what people are searching for when they use Google. My hubs that are specific to historical places around where I live that only people from the area are familiar with get very few views from Google searches. My hubs which are more general on topics such as law enforcement and cats get more views. I've seen people with only a few hubs hit 100,000 views within the first few months of being on HP while people who have hundreds hubs and have been here for years have less than a thousand views. If you're writing for the money and need the views, you'd do better to write about the most popular topics on the internet. If you're like me and write for the shear joy of writing, you may find some of your topics don't get viewed very often.
I wouldn't say Hubpages "gives" you traffic. It's up to you to write a quality hub that people will want to read. You can have just one hub posted and if it is quality people will click on it, and there's your traffic. Hubpages doesn't block any hub, unless it's offensive. When you decide on a topic, run it through Google search and see what kind of competition you're up against traffic wise. If the first few articles appear lame and you think you can easily write a better one, then go for it and you just might jump up to the number one slot......if you write a quality hub. Hope that helps! Good Luck
I always thought you had to do a lot of SEO before you hit the number one slot on Google. I was not aware that a quality hub could put you there. Thank you MSmillar for opening my eyes.
Researching information and writing a good, well informed hub is SEO work. Your hub will contain the topic words several times, people will enjoy it and select it (especially us hubbers), that's your SEO work. You'll do fine, just write quality.
LOL I see now. Thanks again Msmillar for the vote of confidence.
Its the topic and how interested people are in the subject. My most trafficked hub is Sexual Medical Oddities. Gross! ;-)
by sam243542 years ago
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by mochirajackson3 years ago
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by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
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by mathair6 years ago
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by Enoch Kane23 months ago
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by jwsc1017 years ago
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