How to increase traffic to hubs?
Could you suggest some ways to increase traffic to hubs? My hubs have very less traffic now because of my inactivity for some months. Are there some ways to improve traffic to my hubs?
Sharing your hubs on social media is a great place to start. Also, being involved in the hubpages community can help a lot. If people like your answers to questions, they may look at your account.
Post the URL of your hubs in yout social account like facebook, twitter and Google plus. Your friends and followers will see the link and click it, hence, increased traffic.
I remained inactive for some months and the traffic to my hubs decreased significantly. It is this week when I have written more hubs and asked a few questions that I have noticed that the traffic to my hubs has increased.
So, I think is just a matter of remaining active on the site.
I share my hubs to every media sites I have like Fb, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+. At Google+, you can join communities where you can share your links to others. That´s how I get my traffic.
I've been inactive for 2 years and still am making $1/day. I would look at the quality of your content, although 18 hubs just will barely scratch the surface of monetization. Hell, I'm barely making anything with 75 hubs. It's really a numbers and quality game. More numbers, more quality = payout
by Carolyn 5 years ago
Any advice for a new Hubber on how to increase traffic to my hubs? I am interested in any and all ways people have had success with this. So far aside from being active on HubPages I am pinning my articles to my Pinterest but still have very low traffic. I understand that I am new and increasing my...
by leakeem 6 years ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an attempt to increase ranking?How do you deal with low-performing hubs?thanks in...
by Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago
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by Brandon Lobo 2 months ago
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by johndwilliams 3 years ago
Hi All,I heard a rumor here that having over 100 hubs here increased Google traffic. With so much content Google gives you a thumbs-up and starts pushing more traffic towards the Hub-pages Sub-Domain... Is this plausible?
by Zach 6 years ago
Once again, I find myself at the will of the Google machine. This latest drop in traffic has done a number on my earnings, so my question to those of you who've been writing here at hubpages for a while stands as such: Does removing old and unpopular content increase your credibility with Google?...
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