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I had the pleasure of one of my hubs being noticed by one of my followers on twitter. To my surprise she posted the hub link on her site under the sites health section. The site does not get tons of traffic, but it does get a fair amount. It was refreshing just to see someone promoting one of my hubs. Just wanted to share this with the HP community. You never know whose reading your hubs, and who will post it on their sites.
That is really cool adrienne2! I love those kinds of surprises and although they seem to be few and far between sometimes it is still nice. I know I have a couple of sites that I haven't worked in a while but someone had added the feed from one and I still get Adsense from it. Its always good to get extra traffic no matter how little it is. Thanks for sharing!
That reminds me, I should start up my accolades hub called Hubber of the Week. It was fun but very hard to choose just one Hubber. What's say? You think I should?
Just had a woman do that on twitter.
She thought the pictures I had of Takal National Park were great.
Brought a bit of traffic.
Surprises are a good thing, usually!
Congratulations on getting noticed like that! Wonderful feeling
by Missing Link5 weeks ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
by Inspirepub10 years ago
OK, this is weird.I have five times as many fans, my average score across my Hubs is consistently 69 or 70, I have a whole lot more Hubs, yesterday I brought a rush of traffic from outside to one of my Hubs, and I have...
by Sherry Hewins7 months ago
I knew it couldn't be that good forever, but I am concerned that it's Healdove that seems to be getting hit.
by johnb01279 years ago
I have heard a lot about the website twitter and wanted to make an account to help generate traffic to my hubs. Does twitter help with traffic?Thanks, --John
by Dr Manura Nanayakkara3 years ago
This week i have noticed a massive reduction of traffic from 1200 to 300 views per day. When I searched Google, I found that most of the Hubs have reduced Google ranking. The Most disheartening thing is pages that over...
by Janet218 years ago
My title should have read another hub author score question . I have noticed this hubber that puts up a lot of hubs, however, they are all very short, most less than 100-200 words. The type of hub that can be put...
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