If there is one thing that I can do everyday in hubpages to increase my earning, what would it be?
And what are the three top things that I can do everyday to see an increase of traffic to my hubs?
Write as much as you can.
Comment on others Hubs
Join in discussions in the Forum.
Think of Hubpages like a Writers Facebook where you can interact with your friends and let them know your thoughts.
One of the first things to do is make friends and read all the Hubs on writing Hubs there are lots of official ones and I have some to. If your interested just pop by and have a look.
Write quality hubs. As a new member with only two hubs, you are far away from earning money and having a large readership. That takes a long time to build and income takes awhile to generate. Patience is the key.
I think it helps to add links to related hubs to each of your hubs. Readers who clicked on you hub are likely to be interested in your other related hubs and click on them.
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