Getting more traffic to hubs means more AdSense impressions from what I understand. What are the best ways to get more traffic to hubs?
Hi lovebuglena welcome to HubPages. I would recommend using the search bar to find Hubs and forums on the topic of generating traffic and promotion. Also, set yourself a schedule for writing a hub one day and marketing another day and commenting yet the other day. time management is best done to prevent stress or burnout.
I have just written a hubpage on how to do exactly this.
I cannot self promote the link but it is my latest hub.
Use this technique wisely, it is very powerful.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-12-Instant- … r-Hubpages
You should check out TerryGI's hub on the topic.
I personally rarely promote. I just write and write and write. The good stuff takes off, the mediocre stuff doesn't.
Sunforged wrote the hub below:
Crazyhorsesghost wrote : http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Traffic-To-Your-Hubs
Rebecca E wrote : http://hubpages.com/hub/Making-Money-On … nd-Traffic
That should help.
The best way is just to write top quality original content.
There are pages on my personal site I wrote years ago that now get 1000 visits a month. I've never backlinked them, they just became popular on their own accord.
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