How do you get views on HubPages?
What topics bring in the views?
Heya, you've been on here quite some time and it looks to me like most of your articles resemble blogs.
Are your articles getting featured?
I didn't notice too many photos to keep me interested but as I was scrolling through I did stop on an article 'two month of Psychosis' which I read and perhaps if you tweak the title to something search engine friendly. (Type what you would type into google if you were looking for info about what you wrote.. like "my experience with" or "how it feels to" I think there would be a great audience for people wanting advice both with dealing and living with mental illness. Just a thought.
I also post my articles on twitter within facebook groups that allow adding personal articles (alot dont) and sometimes you need to ask admin for permission.
Take some photos yourself and add them to your article.
Good luck, youre a good writer.
Whatever topics you write about, there are going to be a lot of groups on Facebook where people talk about those topics. You should join those groups. Join every Facebook group about the topics you write about that you can find.
There are truly a stunning amount of groups on Facebook. I simply never stop finding more related to the topics I write about. I join them, and every so often I share my links in those groups.
No social media traffic is not the best source of traffic, but I do believe lots of social media traffic causes search engines to think a page to be quality.
by Erick Hernandez 8 months ago
How do I get over 1,000 views across all of my articles? I know you told me many times to write, and write until I get up to 50 or 70 articles. How exactly do I know what to write or what to research? How do I expect to find a topic that google is desperately looking for?
by Dishant Varshney 4 months ago
It's been almost 7 days since I published my first article on HubPages. But, still I haven't got 100 views on my first article. Please help me so that my words will reach to the valuable and curious readers.
by Susan Britton 4 years ago
I write how-to and recipe hubs. I know the recipe hubs will make money eventually but I have read that technical hubs get more views. What is your thoughts or experience on this topic?
by Cardia 6 weeks ago
I signed up for the Earning Program a little over a year ago (before, I used to only earn through Amazon and Adsense) and while I am seeing earnings every day, I've only been able to reach payout twice. I've tried to update my hubs, use interesting titles and good photos, but I still find that my...
by Keith Abt 5 years ago
Looks like another content sniper is at work, stealing our shizz from HubPages. This so called "music news" site has sniped at least four of my Hubs and it looks like there are many other pieces pinched from my fellow music Hubbers as well. If you've written any Hubs about music (any kind...
by Katleigh Merrier 15 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
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