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Hi all. I am trying to figure out how to get more organic traffic. Some of my hubs rank well in Google, but just not top 4 of the first page, but rather, just in the top results on the first page. Either way I am getting top results on some of my hubs. I have been on Hubpages for about 8 months and have recently gotten back into it a couple months ago, publishing a new hub at least every day or two, maybe three. I feel that as long as I write decent quality hubs, and the more I write, the more money I will make. I have been going back to my older hubs and touching them up as well to make changes I have learned help. Can someone take a look at some of my hubs and give me some feedback? Thanks!
welcome back, you should post a couple of your hub links here to be critiqued.
I am posting 1 of your best, 1 hot and 1 latest hub to be evaluated.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Integrat … press-Site
http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-it-Justin-Bi … -the-Beebs
http://hubpages.com/hub/Things-You-Shou … ffee-Maker
I read How to Integrate Data Feeds Into Your Wordpress Site. i think you must work on your keyword.more pointed and a group of word tag is better than a single word tag. keyword that are searched highly but has a less competition are always better. how to, free, integrating, data, site, feeds, integrate, affiliate, google are not best of the keywords.
I am not an expert so can't tell more about the writing but i think there was not enough information in your hub to really engage the reader.
You can always use an amazon and rss capsule. With the rss you you can always keep the reader aware of your other hubs.
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