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How do you bring traffic to your hubs within hubpages?
-- how to Bringing traffic from other hubs?
-- how to bring traffic and page rank from other hupages' pages?
Please try to explain your strategies?
Do you really promote your hub
(within hubs by commenting or by other means)
Or you just keep creating more hubs and the traffic comes automatically generated by hubpages system?
Well, if you want to attract traffic from within hubpages then I think the best way to do it is by increasing your presence here. Reading lots of other hubs and leaving comments means the author will probably click on your profile to see who you are, and maybe read some of your hubs and comment back.
I can't say much about internal traffic because I don't look for it. Write good hubs and internal traffic will follow.
Remember, internal traffic doesn't convert well. So, look for external traffic.
Well written hubs plus quality backlinks is the key to external traffic.
Here is my article on backlinks: http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Easy-Free-Backlinks
My internal traffic is minuscule compared to my external traffic. And I'm very happy with it as it is.
Internal Hubpages traffic comes in two forms,
Hubpages users, and Google organic traffic.
You want the organic traffic which has found it's way on to one hub, but is more likely to click adverts on another of your hubs.
I think that I get traffic between my hubs (all one subject) as they are all interlinked, at least I hope I do as I am not sure how and where the traffic leaves my hub.. But a couple of my hubs tend to keep pace with each other views wise..
Whether they travel from one hub to the next I am not sure but at least I have the backlinks.. Better for ranking in HP and in google.
But to be honest I would expect the best (add-clicking) traffic is from outside hubpages which is where the bulk of my traffic now comes from.. Just hope they start to click..lol
Hi! From these valuable tips given by you all, to get good traffic, one has to --
write quality hubs which gets organic traffic from search engines and get a lot of back links --
and not to worry much about internal traffic -- is what a hubber should do. Isn't it? -- Thanks
Hi! So the internal traffic from hubpages doesn't convert well...
Is it because the hubbers feel that they shouldn't see Google ads at all...
even if they are really interested in the offer and would like to know as a potential buyer to that merchant?
Is it true that hubbers should never see Google ads at all in hubpages.com?
( I think this is a pertinent question to this topic) --Thanks
Social traffic doesnt convert - webmaster traffic doesnt convert
Your fellow Hubpages users are both
- Im sure with an effort in selective tagging and categorization one could siphon off search traffic (not HP users) from internal hub sources - but that effort would be best spent just trying to get search/external traffic for yourself
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