i just imagine how one could generate traffics to his or her hubpage
if you just post an article, then just ping the URL of your page with pingler.com, then it will be indexed by google then when someone search on google related with your article, then your hubpage article might be shown then he visit your article.
Dont forget to posting your article to Social bookmarking too, to achieve higher backlinks.
use the "traffic getter' button - its between the f11 and prt scr key on most US keyboards.
check your user manual to see if the traffic getter feature came with your computer
Dammit! I missed that button...all this freakin time!!!
Yeah I havnt seemed to find it in my month here '
I had to be livin' in Australia, didn't I?
Please write a hub so I can buy one of these keyboards.
I'll be right there after I sign up with Shadebreath's Excrement, Inc.
now I know why I miss those traffic. Its my poor keyword...
I use a variety of submission and ping tools, such as these http://hubpages.com/hub/Submit-and-Ping … irectories
Also, share your Hubs with others via Twitter, Facebook, forums, and other sites.
And leave thoughtful comments on blogs and include a link to your hub, if appropriate.
Do nothing. High quality hubs generate their own traffic in 4-6 months with an even bigger increase towards 9 months.
Keep writing more.
I am having a fire sale on those Chinese made imported computer keyboards with that weird 'traffic getter' button.
Yours for a measly US$1,497 each.
Please, buy 17 keyboards and get 3 for free
What's the warranty and use on a 'get traffic' button? I'll probably wear out 17 keyboards pressing it continuously.
I'll take it if you throw in an 'automatically highlight great keywords mouse' and the 'free google prompt content creator'.
You guys come on a wee bit too hard on the newbies
Me???? I started it, but you responded to it!!!!
and , and I have run out of 'free google prompt content creator', but I have some yahoo ones left over.
I only have those mouses with the 'long-tails'.
Hahaha you crack me up. I should be asleep you know. Wait, shouldn't you be asleep too? I was only awake to check my daily Amazon.
You should be asleep only because you have others to consider
I don't 'have' to be asleep and this 'was' one of the last posts before tidying up some Hubs-in-progress-but-not-published-yet kinda work, THEN I was heading to hit the hay.
So neener, neener Missy lol
jsurveys3 - being serious for a moment, but only for a moment, may I suggest the following to you,
-read the Terms Of Service.
-do a search for 'generate traffic' for both Hubs and for Forum posts, you will come up with a swag of positive returns in your search.
wow what a turn around, yesterday he tried to teach us something:/ and today he wants some similar lessons, check his post yesterday
Scratch my last post.
I don't appreciate helping others who spam or copy and don't produce their own original work.
Shame on me for not checking first
9 months for the Hub to mature - hmmmmm....I like that idea....what a birthday party I will have in 30 days!!!!
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