I don't think most people get a lot of traffic from just posting in the forums. Most would rather get traffic from Google and off HubPages anyway.
they are most likely talking about off- hubpages forums
I participate in forums related to industry topics in ebay and internet marketing, I do get a small traffic stream as a byproduct.
For backlinks terms like "most popular forums"
"most popular forums in ___________" works well.
Bojangles, if you want to get traffic from other forums (i.e. not HubPages forums), then you need to find forums that are directly relevant to your Hub topic. So the most successful ones will be different for every Hubber.
You will get traffic from posting in the HubPages forums, but it will only be other Hubbers - and they are not paying traffic.
I do not try to get traffic from forums. They are just a fun place to chat and exchange ideas. But, I do use other forums to create backlinks to my pages. This can help a lot with SEO. (Search Engine Optimization)
Not HP forums though. But we do not want to ge there...
Most forums limit you on the amount of backlinks you can have. Four to six is the norm. One place I did find that lets you post as many backlinks as you like in the forums is: http://www.bizview.net/
It's new, so there isn't much to talk about, but the idea behind it is very powerful and I think it will take off soon.
I post some of my Hubs on the political and gardening forums I participate in. Most have a separate page for off topic threads and even recipes. I get some traffic this way but not much.
I think just multiple ones and consistent presence,
unless of course your banned then that sucks.
Tantrum send her love by the way
by bayoulady 4 years ago
Hi Anybody..I need help.I am probably am asking stupid questions. If you feel that I am, just ignore me. I've been here since late June, and thanks to all the advice I took early on, I have a good hubber score (ranges 95-100).I have 14 hubs,(or 15..can't remember..)and I like what I have done...
by Mary McShane 4 years ago
Recently I'm noticing new members who have no hubs, no activity where they read or comment on hubs, and only join to participate in self interest and/or bleeding heart questions in various forums. Sort of using HP as a chatroom. Before anyone attacks me for this, please know I enjoy the discussion...
by msdielise 3 years ago
I would like to know. I haven't decided which of my available articles here in my files to publish yet I want to gradually increase my Hubber score. Is it possible?
by experimenter 20 months ago
I have a list of more than 100 (106 to be exact) do follow forums, I'm just wondering if it's really effective before I register in all of them, signing up with 106 websites isn't a joke, it's time consuming so I'm just wondering if anyone here have tried it before, and what's the result?? ...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I know you can have more than one account on HubPages. However in talking to someone recently, I realise I'm fuzzy about the rules. Can a staff member comment on the statements below please?I know that when you're posting in a forum thread, you MUST stick to using one...
by cupid51 8 years ago
Can I post an article to ezinearticles which I have already published in hubpages?
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