I have been "Hubbing" for 3 weeks. I have 27 not very well done hubs. (not bragging, I did say not very well done.) But I am not bogging to increase my own self worth, I am keeping an open diary, that will get longer with the summer, all pages being alredy set up, only needing a few cells of MY OWN work, and pictures for completion, but they are my hubs.
Out of interest, I wondered if the only traffic I would ever get would be from hubbers, or could I find ways to get folks to my page with having to learn how to spam.
So, after reading a bunch of stuff here I chose 2 forms of "advertising" forums, and twitter.
In three days, I trippled my traffic to the hubs I targeted. I was amazed at how much traffic I could generate honestly.
My kid has me in trouble with adsense, by clicking open that ad that says "build your own solar panel" I think, and they suspended me. (i have appealed and withheld due comming punishment based on adsense answer to said appeal, punishment SHALL FIT THE OFFENSE)
With this going on, I didnt drive traffic for the last 2 days.... I am down by 800 hits..... I don't care
Driving traffic is important, and the quality of traffic you drive is even more important!
Unfortuantely if you have been associated with click fraud it is highly unlikely that you will see your account returned to you.
Link your hubs to each other if they are relevant and also wouldn't hurt to let people know about it. Maybe post on your facebook.
by OanaBoteanu 5 years ago
I am new to hubpages (about 2 weeks) and I have been educating myself in ways to drive traffic to my hubs. I would love to get some advice from existing hubbers and your knowledge in traffic.What are your top methods of driving traffic?What is time effective/what is not?Any advice is welcome and...
by inspirazi 5 years ago
I've been in hubpages for mobths. But I dont know how to drive traffic to my hubs and what kind of article people searching on hubpages. Anyone can help?
by Chris Andrews 7 years ago
What is the most creative way you drive traffic to your hubs?Hire a jet to write it over a city, business cards, hire a clown to run down the streets throwing blue pieces of water with your hubs url (pretending it is water of course...), or possibly combine a couple of them and hope nothing goes...
by teacherfidel 6 years ago
How do you drive traffic into your hubs?I leave links in Facebook, Twitter and forums, hoping that it could lead readers to my hubs. But are there other ways? I can't help feeling that there is something else I could be doing.
by Darrin Stephen 6 years ago
Just wondering in your opinion how to drive traffic to your hub?
by tmbridgeland 7 years ago
How to drive traffic to fiction hubs, and how to get clicks and make money off of them.Is there a way to drive traffic to fiction hubs that results in making money off them? I have 80 hubs up, mostly fiction, and mostly for my own ego gratification. But it would be nice to make a few bucks too.
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