I just wanted to know how this hubpages will get the traffic. If we give a title for the post. This will be index by every search engine?
yes.. every so often the googlebot parses the hubpages servers and indexes new hubs. edited hubs , checks deep links throughout the hubpages system and then indexes and updates the list on its own servers. Not sure how often but mine seem to be indexed within a few hours to a few days
the title of the hub becomes a unique url that will eventually be indexed on the server when found on the site.
To get traffic you need to write on topics/keywords that people search most. Read this blog post to get an idea how to select keywords.
http://khmohsin.blogspot.com/2009/03/ho … eally.html
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