Can anyone tell me the way to make dozens of of visitors on my site every day.... i can do every thing for that.. or to know that.. please help me out anyone please...
Write things that dozens or hundreds or thousands of people will want to read.
It really is that simple.
So far, you have written nothing? If you had written at lest one hub, you could post a link in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum and ask for specific advice on improving it. Wouldn't that make more sense?
Allenj123, I am responding both to your Original Post and to an email inquiry I have received from you about how to achieve very substantial numbers of daily visitors. Unfortunately, I have no expertise in the SEO field.
The only advice I can offer is to read the forums and hubs where these issues have been thoroughly discussed. You can search these topics by clicking on "Forums" or "Hubs" etc. on the toolbar above, then enter your query into the search box.
You may want to follow some of these Hubbers, who are known to be financially successful:
- Peter Hoghan
Good luck with your endeavors.
WE has given good advice and good example of Hubbers to "follow" but I thought I might add a small bit to the "following" idea. Its most like redundant and obvious but I thought I might throw it out here just in case you didn't know...When you follow them, you should be doing so to read their hubs. They have excellent examples of well written articles. Read them, and of course the learning center, and help topics, to get some solid advice. Following someone purely to get them to follow you back is not a good way to gain traffic. Good luck!!
I noticed the OP said "way to make dozens of of visitors on my site every day".
Are you asking how to get good SEO on your own website?
At the risk of being redundant, you must write a hub first. Try to write a hub with great original content.
The first place to start with a hub is keyword research, and use of tags. I am not great at it, but when I do go through the process, the hubs generate way more traffic.
Start by learning about keywords. If this is done right, then the rest can be tried and tested.
Read this hub by sunforged, it really helps to understand the concept: http://hubpages.com/hub/Keyword-tips-Mo … g-keywords
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