Hello, I am very new at this although I signed up five months ago I am just now getting a chance to begin writing. I am not sure what I can do in regards to my hubs to improve their views, ratings, comments? My hubs will be doing alright one day and have the decreasing traffic arrow the next it is crazy.
Help: Any advice would be helpful I am kind of a perfectionist and this is driving me bonkers:)
Keep writing. Hubs take a little time to be matured to get the attention of the search engines.
Welcome to Hubpages!
The best advice I can give is for you to read the FAQ's page and Visit the Learning Center, so as to get as much information about Hubpages.
Then, read lots of hubs and comment. If you enjoy something, then vote it up.
Also, post a few(3) links in the Extreme Hub Makeover Forum thread, so you can get advice/criticism of your hubs. This way you know where you need to improve.
Do enjoy yourself while you're here.
As Cagsil mentioned, keep on learning...I know it takes time. There have been some changes in the format of the hubpages. Seems like with any change, there is a momement where it is 2 steps backward, then 3 steps forward. In the end it will work it's way out. Hang in there, we are all on the learning curve:)
Hub Team told me to send this to Makeover for such a low scoe. Please notify me with your answer.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Governor-Quinn- … Jersey-etc
Any new hub you post will get good traffic initially, but that can die down, then you have to post links to the hub or make edits to it.
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