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I have found that hub pages index very well, however i wish there was a social bookmarking button like on article base..article alley or other article sites. So how do you get traffic to your hub page?
You can e-mail from the bottom of your hub's page to send an invite to read the hub. Since I have published a book on drywall, I have had to create a web presence in order to help market my book. Creating a web presence for your hubs also helps. I joined Google Profile and that has helped, created other blogs to post little snippets of my hubs on, yahoo groups, any forum where I can leave a tiny blurb about a hub, etc. The more you get yourself all over the internet, the more people can find you and your hubs. It takes some time, but it's fun and it does help quite a bit.
Being signed in to Adsense helps, there are a lot of places on the net to push your work. Good luck to you.
There is. But even if there wasn't you'd still be able to use those services.
Basically, I used social bookmarking manually like Digg, StumbleUpon and Reddit to increase traffic to my hubpages. However I only have 1 hub, so the result can't be measure accurately yet.
But so far I think this is the best (at least it is for me)
it's not been working for me.. any luck on your end?
Not a bit of luck. Suppose a different method would be in order.
Maybe make some sort of sacrifice as well? I could burn some monopoly money.
pray too hard and you will do yourself a mischief!
I hope you find this useful.
This should help get Traffic moving to you...
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