is there any advice how I can generate more traffic. Is there software that I am not aware of. I am new to this and dont know a lot.
I submit my url's to google and yahoo I shre my url's on the different sites and still with 80 decent hubs I was only getting about 300 to 500 hits per day and averaging about 5 to 20 clicks per day. Is there something I am missing. I see some people making 3000 per day in revnue. How the heckdo I get there?
Please any information would be very helpful.
do you do all of your manually or is there software that works that I can buy?
Slow and steady wins the race.
Study and get a feel for each community. While there might not be written rules or guidelines on what works the best by observing the site for a while you'll get an idea of the style and language of the community.
Don't hit hard and fast. Don't be desperate for traffic. Submit one and wait and watch what the results are.
Submit one every few days, don't try and submit every URL you've got in one go, you'll get yourself banned or you'll fast get a reputation for being a spammer (even if you think you aren't).
As Paul recommends, avoid the use of auto-submission software. I'd go even as far to say don't even use it with your own domains, it's not worth the risk.
Do what you want with your own domains, but please do not use any auto-submission software to spam a long list of social bookmarking sites with hubpages urls. You'll just end up getting the HubPages domain banned or penalized -- punishing our entire user base.
My recommendation is to pick a few social bookmarking communities and actually participate in what they have developed (ie. submit, vote, and comment on content from all over the net, not just your own pages). You will get much farther that way in the long run, and you'll be able to sleep at night.
Alright I will not use anything like that especially if people will think I am a spammer. Thanks for the info. I will just continue to go slow it just sucks because I was doing great and was getting 300 to 500 visits per day and now for some reason I am down to 50 to 100. I dont understand what happened.
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