I have five hubs but none of my hubs is getting good amount of traffic and i dont know what what to do. Can please someone guide me.
Well, some of your topics I noticed would have a tremendous amount of competition (a lot of people have similar articles). You may want to consider creating articles that there is less competition for, and with that you should rank better, which in turn gives you more traffic.
You have been here 3 weeks. What did you expect? A FLOOD of traffic in a very short period of time.
I haven't looked at your hubs, and obviously I do not need to, because others point out that you are writing out of dishonesty, since you are here asking about getting traffic to your hubs, when you clearly have already written a hub on getting traffic???
So, you must be conflicted or confused. I hope you hang out in the forums and learn from others, so you then know what you are talking about.
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Just in case - here is a hub you should read. The Hub Writer Shadesbreath wrote it a couple of days ago. Btw- you will have two hubs to read...you'll need to read the link I provided and in Shadesbreath's hub is another link you should also read.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Write-a- … eader?done
Get some backlinks to your page, research your keywords and you should get some organic search traffic. I have found it very easy to rank well for long tailed keywords on hubpages with only a few targeted backlinks to my hubs.
You have a hub called "Secrets of Increasing Your Web Traffic."
Does that mean what you say on that Hub isn't true?
Hehehe. Such is life.
But the fact is that i gained certain things from that hub.
But was the knowledge you gained correct, when this person is asking for help on the basics?
The hubs are pretty basic, and don't really offer anything new. They also misinterprit certain topics and don't give the pros and cons of certain techniques.
Anasshad, what actually interests you? I would suggest writing about something you know a lot about, and then finding ways to monetise it, rather than trying to enter a competitive market in which you only have a basic understanding.
You could also choose to learn more about SEO and then write about what you have learned, there are plenty of good hubs on teh topic!
I was going to ask this myself I am glad you did.
I have no idea how to help, except to say maybe write a few more hubs and include links etc in them. I don't get much traffic myself either so if anyone does know the answer I'd be grateful for the info too.Sorry to not be of much help.
I would suggest writing more on topics that you enjoy and consider yourself an expert in. I would stop writing hubs about SEO and increasing web traffic if you don't really have anything new to offer. If your hubs are original they will eventually start getting more traffic. There are also several guides on Hubpages that will show you how to promote hubs. Finally, being an active member of the Hubpages community seems to help with hub traffic. Participate in the forums and make useful comments on other people's hubs and the traffic will come.
build more hubpages. Before build a hubpages you need to research the keyword. Do not forget to promote through social bookmark
Don't feel bad, my hubs aren't doing too well in terms of traffic either,but I'm enjoying writing them! I figure everyone starts out that way and the experience you gain on hubpages increases in correlation to traffic,
I have read through a couple of your hubs and they were well written but were on topics with a lot of competition. Try to identify and write on topics that are not so congested. As others have suggested write some more hubs as well. When the hubs are on related topics be sure to provide links between the hubs.
Also, be patient. It has only been 3 weeks and it does take time for search engines to index your hubs. I wrote one article that had almost no readers after a month. I did a rewrite on the article and still nothing. Now, after many months it is one of my most popular articles and is still climbing.
Finally, get involved in the forums and answer questions from other hubbers. As you develop relationships in the hubber community you will get ideas for new hubs and also generate traffic to your hubs.
Good luck and don't give up. - Richard
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