I am interested in learning what sites and techniques you are using to promote your HubPages?
type "traffic" into the search box - there are many hubs written on the topic
Nobody is going to do that for you! You have to promote yourself. I am doing it now(all the time) http://hubpages.com/_begin/hub/How_To_I … _Your_Site
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Thank you SunSeven for your detailed list of 'How To Increase Traffic'... and yes it's important to be continually promoting your own sites.
start a squidoo lens and link back yo and from your hub page
use yahoo answers and place a link back you your hub
use stumbleupon to stumble your own hub
submit your hub content to scribd.com
You'll find you can't post any links to HubPages from Yahoo Answers, except in your profile. At some point, somebody obviously spammed the place and got us banned!
Stumbleupon is similar - you'll find you can only submit so many before you get blocked.
It's important to be aware that most of these sites prohibit self-promotion, so if you're going to promote your own sites, do it sparingly so as not to spoil it for yourself or everyone else.
by EMartin 10 years ago
All,I would like to generate more traffic to my Hubs from outside sources, as it is my understanding that these are the folks that are more likely to 'click.' Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your reading my Hubs, too, but just want to add a bit more into the mix.Could someone please make a...
by Whitney 9 years ago
Since there has been a number of cases of stolen HP content, and the upcoming feature, I was thinking that instead of all hubbers creating a Copyright notice, maybe HubPages could create an automatic message that shows somewhere on each hub.And for those that would rather create their own message...
by Adam Harkus 2 years ago
Are HP merely just creating new niche sites and hoping Google will pick them up? or are they actively promoting the sites in the wider world of the niche the site is based on?
by Writing Guy 6 years ago
Are question and answer sites like Yahoo Answers a good way to promote your website?What tips would you offer for someone trying to do this?
by rethansmith 9 years ago
Has anyone one of my fellow HubPages Internauts been successful in driving traffic from user generated question and answer sites like Yahoo Answers or Answer Bag...etc...?Of course, not spamming with your links, but in a genuine and helpful fashion? If so, is it worth it or just a waste of...
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
I notice that I can't submit any answers on Y!A today containing links to Hubs. Whereas I'm having no trouble submitting answers containing links to my websites. That suggests people have been submitting too many Hub links with their answers again, and Yahoo is blocking...
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