I have one hub that is suddenly receiving more traffic than all my other hubs combined. Can a more experienced hubber give me a few tips on how to take advantage of this to maximize my earning potential?
One simple thing (which you may have already done) is to attach an RSS feed to your latest hubs.
Check the keywords listed in your stats-- that may give you a clue about writing another hub on a similar subject.
If he's got a lot of traffic coming to the hub I wouldn't be giving the visitors a chance to click away to anywhere else.
Indeed. I would remove all outbound links from your hub, to make it more likely that people click on your ads or buy from your affiliate capsules.
OK== I guess I was thinking of the way to get people to your other lower-traffic hubs.
I'm glad you folks are reigning me in.
I am not doing a huge amount of earning-- so I guess it is about what you are after.
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