I am a new commer in the hub pages. I like to get suggestions, comments from my fellow hubbers, so that I can improve upon my hubs. But although I have published 6 hubs, I am not getting any traffic.How can I get suggestion from others?
just ask on a thread....be specific and also read some of the other threads from new Hubbers...good luck and just take your time...
Firstly I am here to enjoy myself and meet new people, I see people here talking about adsence etc etc and just boring me to death....reach out to people...tell us about yourself...tell us about where you live....I love that stufff...visit other peoples Hub follow them dont wait for them to follow you...if you get bogged down with techno stuff and making money then its a waste of time....just reach out and you will be found....
There is no mystery. Write good hubs, have some good friends and promote your and your friends hub outside hubpages. Always deal in promotion with win-win.
welcome here cupid!
Read this....will help you:
for internal traffic:
Keep interacting with people in the forums..initially, it will get you noticed here and your hubber score will rise as more people read and comment on your hubs. Also, make sure you read other's hubs too, though don't go on a 'fanning' spree! Meanwhile, keep writing original quality hubs and you will start getting external traffic too.
there's much more to this, so check out other treads about this too. best of luck...
You need patience cupid51, you have only been here a week. Not long enough to get much traffic.
Keep writing, join in the forums and reads other Hubs you are interested in and leave a comment.
The extreme makeover threads are a great place to get advice on any hub you write that you would like feedback on. You may ask how it could be better from the point of view of search engines finding it or if you worry about spelling and how it flows folks will give you tips for that as well. It is wise to post links to your hubs there only as it is not considered self promotion then
Post a link to a couple of your Hubs on the "Extreme Hub Makeover" thread and people will give you detailed feedback
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