I am a new hubber and I have no idea how to increase traffic. I recently knew about this writing community and begin to post.
The way to get organic traffic is to write articles on subjects that people are searching for. They should be around 1,000 words, or more. The best traffic articles usually solve a problem or offer information that is not available elsewhere.
Creative writing and poetry doesn't usually do very well because people aren't looking for it.
Hope that helps.
I agree with theraggedge. Listen them and write.
It would be better if you have written 5 articles ready, then press the publish button.
Why would it be better to write five articles and publish them at once? What's the logic behind your suggestion?
I've found it helps to advertise your articles on social media if you have a following. I share my articles on facebook and pinterest. Sometimes you get lucky and people will share it if your article is good enough and on a popular enough topic. On facbook it helps to join private groups relevant to what you write about where you can share your links. For example, for my gardening articles I joined homesteading and farming groups.
If you do articles on "how to" subjects like cooking, gardening, building, crafts, etc you can also advertise on pinterest. I do a lot of food/gardening articles and I make 5 different pinterest pins that look completely different for every article and that tactic has significantly helped traffic on a lot of my articles.
Like others said, write at least 1000 words and use high quality images. Use grammarly to check your sentence structure and grammar. Put in citations and a bibliography if your article is informative and educational. I checked out your articles and you have educational information but you definitely need citations and photo credits where you got your information. Submit your best articles to niche sites which can also boost traffic if they are accepted.
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