I am struggling to get traffic for my articles. Are there any other sources, which I can use to drive traffic. And, I also don't know what no. of traffic is needed to complete first amount by HP.
Need you support.
It varies for everyone but I had 37 articles when I first got paid.
Four is not going to do it for you.
Have you rewritten that fir tree article where you copied parts from another website? There shouldn't any sentences that are the same as the other article.
If you reproduce other articles, the original will almost always get more traffic than yours. Your writing should be unique. Your work should offer more information or take an original approach.
The cacti one is a perfect illustration of an original approach. However, it won't attract traffic in the poetry section. I would suggest you expand on the subject of how we can learn resilience from them and place it in the self-help category.
Aim to publish at least one completely original stellar article a week and you will soon start getting more traffic.
Thank you for always offering your suggestions. The fir one is now published. I made it all original. I too think that publishing an article every week is important to gain more traffic. And, your self-help category suggestion is really good. I'll follow that for sure.
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