I tweat my hub but I dont ever get any traffic. Is there anything else I need to do? Like add friends or put a link someplace else on the site? I guess im not that familiar with twitter and I'm blonde....
Mac, join lists using: #hub #hubber or #hubpages, etc.
it will then suggest friends and lists.
A blond twit, err tweet? hmmm.
You may not get traffic directly from twitter. When you post something to Twitter it usually is indexed right at the top of the first page of google for a few hours at least.
You may be getting traffic through twitter from google.
Google the tweet to see.
You can. It might upset your followers seeing the same thing in their timeline everyday.
It really depends on how many followers you have. If you have very few followers then you will get very few visits from twitter. I have well over 2000 followers and I only tweet my hub once right after I publish it. I'm lucky if 10% of my followers click through my tweet.
One suggestion, if you want to use twitter as a traffic source then build a following on just one niche at a time. You can have as many twitter id's as you like.
if you tweet all of your hubs every day and you have a lot of hubs then thats all you will be doing all day and that could get really boring
I still haven't figured out how ti find followers. I keep reading on it and one day it will sink in..
I do tweet my hubs but I dont seem any traffic from there.
StumbleUpon, RedGage and others are better choices thou.
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