I'm new here. I made an article and I had 2 comments. I stay really surprise. I just wonder how people discover my article? How this works? Can I see the new articles written today, for example?
Sorry, I try to read the FAQ page, but is too big. Can you explain me?
And, by the way, happy new year!
Hi there, Happy New Year!
I'm afraid that you will have to do your research about the platform. No one can tell you in a single post how it works. As a writer, it's part of the job to read a lot in order to research.
The Learning Center is here: https://hubpageshelp.com/ Everything is broken down in to easy-to-read articles.
I had a look at your article, and you have made a good start. However, Hubpages is not for personal blogging, it's for writing informational articles.
Spend some time on the research and it will pay off.
I stumbled on your article on my feed after you had published it. You can be able to get updates on the articles published by hubbers you follow. This can be on your feed or your email. Welcome again to the HP Community.
The most important way people can find your article is through searching the Internet by using Google or one of its competitors. It will take a while for your article to be found by those search engines, and how much traffic they send you will depend on how many people are searching for what you have to offer.
Other ways people may find your article are through social media (FaceBook, Pinterest, Twitter) but that traffic will be here today, gone tomorrow.
The best way you can establish a steady stream of traffic is to write articles people are searching for.
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