How long do you normally encounter your first visit into your blog and then traffic starts to be stable over there?
Second question is, how many post you have in your blog when you start noticing traffic increase?
Thanks in advance!
I just stared yesterday and posted two blogs and had two visitors to HP, i am thrilled!
You can use HubPages to drive traffic to your blog, but it would be more useful to use your blog to drive traffic to HubPages. That's at least what I've heard.
I wouldn't have a clue about how many posts on your blog you would need, but do realize that the more content on your blog, the better. I hope that helps.
Hi there! Thanks for the reply. I had a few posts there but I am not sure if i want to advertise it right now.
What I mean is I am hoping to get at least a nice few posts up before bring it to surface of the world (haha)..
Good idea..i could even put in links to hubpages itself
Thanks and great advise
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