Try writing about the things in your life that you know about ie wine , education systems, university's, business management. What you might find boring is just what some else is looking for. Good Luck.
In addition to what the others have said, a great way of boosting traffic is to build up external links, as well as to take part in some of the community stuff to get visitors from within hubpages. The forum is a good place to get noticed, although blatant link posting within it is generally frowned upon.
There are a few notable sites which are great for adding in a link back to your hub. You will generally need to write a few lines of text as a summary of the content of your hub to attract people to click through.
Notable sites are:
All of the above are also Adsense revenue sharing sites, so by posting lots of links (one link per site, per hub) you may pick up a little bit of Adsense revenue from each of these as well, which is a nice bonus.
Apart from that, try adding in bookmarks on the social bookmarking sites, there are hundreds of these so have a search for them on Google. Sites like Delicious, Mister Wong, Propeller, Digg etc etc
Hope that helps
Below are a bunch of links that can be helpful with regards to Traffic.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Rank-Your-Hub-I … ch-Engines by Lissie
http://hubpages.com/hub/Improve-Your-Hub-Earnings by Relache
http://hubpages.com/hub/Free-Backlinks by livewithrichard
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubpages-backli … or-Dummies by Sandra Rinck
http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Website-Tra … -earn-from by Sunforged
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Truth-About-Backlinks by Thisisoli
I hope you take the time to read them and learn from them
Have a great day!
Your hubs should soon become visible in the search engines. Hubs tend to score rather high compared with other websites. You an use the Google Adwords keyword research tool to find relevant keywords for your hub, which you can then add as tags to increase traffic from search engines.
As I understand things the search engines will not begin "seeing" your nub until the core is at least 75, and that seems proven out in my lower ranked hubs.
There are TONS of hubs on how to link to get your hub traffic. Check some of these out and follow their directions.
The 75 you refer to is the cut off point for a Hubber profile Score (not individual Hub)and how it effected the way links are coded going OUT of your page. (its called noFollow)
I think this made more sense when HP had little names for the writing levels.
Someone under 75 was titled SPAMMER - spammers like to write really bad stuff, or copy stuff from other places so that they can put links in their HP articles and send SEARCH ENGINE spiders ie. link juice to their other pages.
Google doesnt care about your HUbScore - I have had hubs indexed by google in under an hour when they were at there starting score of 50 or so.
NoFollow does nothing for a human visitor - it just tells google that you dont "vote" for this outgoing link
It is going to sound trite--but good content will always prevail. I have written several hubs now and the ones that seem to do best are the hubs that have the most content presented in an "appetizing" way for the reader. Original content will always win out on the web.
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