I am new to this game and am therefore looking for some advice as to how I can improve my hubs so as to get more traffic through them in the hope that I may earn more money. At the moment they are earning nothing (I think because not enough traffic). Please can you help a newby.
It takes time for traffic to build up. I earned about $1 in my first two months, now I cash out each month.
Write good Hubs and the traffic will come! What you do need to think about is how to "convert" that traffic, which means how to make sure your visitors click on ads. At the moment, you link to a lot of Hubs by other people - I don't recommend that, because it tempts your readers to leave your Hub by clicking on those links instead of on an ad!
Of course, if you've written the Hub as part of a HubMob topic, you must include the other Hubs, and you're getting other benefits because of that - but otherwise, don't. It's good to have links to related websites, but put them right at the end of the Hub, under the Comments.
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