How do I get more people to read my hubs?
I recently wrote a new hub and only 2 people read it.... How can I get more people to read it? I shared it here, on Facebook ad on LinkedIn....
I'm sure alot of people have many connections on those places to provide lots of hits for their hubs; but traffic starts to pour into my articles after they have been published for a few weeks and people start doing searches about the subject matter. Traffic on them may pick up, yet. If it doesn't, try tinkering with them and adding more keywords. Good luck.
I gave you a thumbs up on that answer. I was beginning to think I should stop writing and work on social networking, until I read your answer. Looks like what you write about is trendy and helpful. This is where I need to improve.
Try Pinterest. I have found that using Pinterest to be very successful.
I failed to mention that I do also post to Twitter, Pinterest and my blogs - but the real traffic on them starts to develop between them when the articles catch on to the search engines. Of course they can go instantly viral - but this is not needed.
by Louise Lately 5 years ago
Do you have an external blog that you link to your hubs? Do you write articles for an online magazine? And is it recommended to specialise in one or two areas - and connect a blog to these hub topics?I receive bursts of traffic when I promote my hubs on social media but I am looking into other ways...
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
by Sweetsusieg 7 years ago
If a hub starts out at 50 then goes down to 48 does that mean someone rated it down?I'm not understanding this. Why would someone vote a Hub down, if they aren't going to take the time to comment?
by Trihorus 4 months 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 reads I've ever gotten, 600 come from HP and the rest come from multiple...
by Eugene Brennan 18 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more! (currently 16 visits per minute). Might be worth looking into as an alternative...
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
I'm bored. Ok correction, I'm procrastinating. I randomly come on and off the forums and on this return visit I've seen SO many people questioning why their hubs aren't making money and/or getting traffic.So for as long I'm having fun, feel free to post below (either for your whole account or one...
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