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oh ty tantrum . but i think i did something wrong by posting this in forum did i?
were not allowed to promote our own hubs ? i didnt post any links
so am i to take it that theres not one person that would like me to read there stuff?
It is the rules for the forum. You can try the recommend a Hubber thread. You recommend a hub from the person before you and the next person will recommend one of yours.
If you want people here to read what you write then you must write for HP members. If you want organic traffic from search engines then write to please the search engines (HP members will not click ads and are unlikely to buy stuff either so not a profitable market us HP members). If you would like both then try not to worry about your writing and read others hubs instead, move your focus away from yourself and you will get a lot more from the community here. Read other peoples hubs and leave genuine comments and you will get more followers then anything else you can try. The thing is you need to give what you hope to get first and then be patient, followers will come with time. Once you have a good following your hubs links are emailed to your followers when published and are likely to get good initial HP traffic that way. Spend to much time focused on yourself and you will be the only one interested in following you.
It's easy really, promote yourself not your hubs. Good, Nice and Insightful comments will promote you better then anything else.
well i didnt mean to break any rule. and ty kirst and dao for the check and chide ,
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