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A lot of my hubs are very one sided. I might have one that gets almost 20 views a day then a lot others only get a few. How can I help the other hubs out?
As I just posted on another thread, one thing you might want to do is link from your other related hubs to the hubs with less traffic. Again, it depends on the subject matter of your hub. Some hubs will just never take off the way others do.
After looking at your hubs it's pretty obvious which ones are getting traffic. The more popular topics will garner you more traffic now but your others will probably get you long term traffic and over several years will probably outperform your more popular topic hubs. Like your modern warfare 2 hubs will do well now but not when inevitable sequels come out they will fade out but your hunting ones will probably get traffic longterm.
Yeah, that does make sense. I was thinking that way before, but was not sure if that's how it worked. Yeah some of my hubs are sort of set in stone while others are more like current news that is hot for a while.
Of course when sequels spawn I think it would be a good idea for me to write about them as other hubs won't be the same as they once were.
This is why it is important to have hub diversity - it covers all angles. i have hubs that feature current politics to ever green subjects. It is great to watch trends on your hubs. Dont worry too much - just be natural and keep writing good content
One of my Drawing hubs blew up in terms of traffic last week, then dropped straight away to just a couple..Im assuming someone must of featured it on a blog
Then another one I notice has 5 incoming links has blown up with about 50 views a day today
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