I created my account about 2 months back. Till now i have 20 hubs. But traffic to my hubs are not good so far. Daily getting very few visitors.
Why its like that?
Sounds to me like your keyword research needs some honing.
Think about it this way, if you were someone else looking for exact information that you have, but he searches for Canine Allergies.
Canine Allergies - this is the name of your title, if I put this into google, yours won't show up close to the top.
Now if you put "types of canine allergies" in your title and in your keywords, your chances might be better because there isn't as much competition.
That was one of millions of examples, you have to find your own niche.
Here are other very popular keywords that probably won't get you at the top of the list, but will give you a better idea of all the popular searches people do. I recommend trying some of these, that look like low/weak competition when you put them in search. Or make up your own.
canine food allergies
canine allergies treatment
canine seasonal allergies
canine skin allergies
canine eye allergies
For the term "Canine Allergies" actually i had been on the second page of google in the next day of publishing the hub.
Now it is not there. Why its so?
Use tags which are searched most and concentrate on writing unique hubs
What makes your Hubs different from all the other web pages on the internet that talk about those same subjects?
How you can answer that question for yourself should give you some ideas for how you need to improve your Hubs.
The Tina Turner Title Tuner may also provide you some assistance.
Traffic takes time, just keep working on it, experimenting, and you should find something that works for you.
We all struggle with traffic at some point....that's what traffic lights are for lol! Write a few more hubs and measure and test where your traffic comes from and how you rank and keep learning about the important stuff like the happy balance between writing for readers and the search engines!
Write the contents in Hub what visitors want. It will take long time to understand the mentality of visitors.
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