Please tell me how can I get more traffic on my articles https://discover.hubpages.com/relations … ide-to-Men this is my new article
Your article is somewhat patronizing and about 30 years out of date. It's real Tarzan and Jane stuff. "meet the man of your dreams..." All been done before.
Relationship advice has moved on.
Try reading some publications like Thought Catalog
You've been here less than a day and have submitted one article; it's a little early to be thinking about how to attract readers.
However, the only way I know of to build traffic is to write top-quality articles in perfect English - and lots of them.
I know some folk go in for sophisticated Search Engine Optimization tactics. It probably works, but it's a complete mystery to me.
Try to find unique topics - dating advice for men and women is not one of them.
You can promote your articles on social media, but results tend to be mixed and often not worth the bother.
Stand on the side of a highway in Daisy Duke shorts and a cut off t-shirt, waving a big sign with your HubPages web address on it, and yell "YO! CHECK ME OUT!" at passing cars.
I guess as newbies we should just be patient and consistent with our work. You are a medical student it seems, I am pretty sure it must be difficult for you to make time for writing.
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