What do you use to promote your hubs?
I'm sharing on all of my sites, IE tumblr etc, what are your best ones?
I get most traffic from Pinterest, but it can take several months for the pin to start gaining lots of attention. e.g two pins I posted back in August have only really began taking off in the last few weeks. I do make the effort to create attractive images using Canva which I think really helps.
Funnily enough, although I only have a few hundred followers on Pinterest (I don't really have the time to put a lot of effort into finding new followers), this doesn't seem to matter too much as my pins still get lots of views. I think it also helps to join a few really well followed boards in your particular niche and pin there.
I don't get much from Stumbleupon, Yahoo answers or Twitter. Quora can be quite good and get me a number of views. I've never used Tumbler or Instagram though so can't comment on those. I haven't bothered anymore with Google+. For me I don't think it is worth my effort.
by Peter V 5 years ago
Do you prefer using Pinterest or Twitter to promote your hubs?Which do you like to use? Do you use both? Which gets you more visitors?
by larakern 5 years ago
How do you promote your hubs without bombarding your followers?Are there any communities (like google+), websites, or forums that you like to post your hubs to? What are some different ways to get traffic to your hubs? I promote my blog on twitter and pinterest, but haven't started promoting my...
by Kate Daily 6 months ago
Hi guys, I'm hoping for some advice. Basically here's my issue: I enjoy writing informative articles that I believe will be useful to people. However, I can't stand promoting my hubs.The thought of spending my time scouring the Web looking for places to post it, opening tons of social media...
by Danielle McGaw 6 years ago
How do you get more followers on Pinterest?More specifically, how do you get targeted followers that will actually click on your pictures and follow through to the blog post or article that the picture comes from?
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 Cory Zacharia 9 years ago
Hi everyone, Perhaps someone has already covered this topic. If so, I apologize.I'm pretty active in Facebook but have never tweeted except to say, "I taught I taw a putty tat." I've linked to my hubs in Facebook and must admit, when I do so my page views spike somewhat but I can't...
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