Let me tell you how to bring huge traffic to your blog and website.
First of be clear that getting traffic and conversion into sale is totally different.
Best way to get traffic is this hubpages itself only if you provide unique content unless its useless to do copy and paste.
Second this is promote your these hubpages in various other social bookmarking sites so people can come to this page from there and you can double your traffic.
Finally post every day and try to earn sometime by subscribing various services by hubpages
Looks like you've learned a lot in your first 4 hours of being here....
Writing is my passion and money is my life.
Without money I cann't live and without life I cann't write.
I have a passion for writing as well but not the money.
Money makes me happy but writing centers me
Dishyum.. I have not told that I am getting more traffic .. about your assumption of my posting....
I am advising not to POST Sexy Pictures of your relative or neighbour girl photos to attract traffic..
Care to point out WHERE is that so called advice of you hiding in this thread???
Well, I repeat my question. What about copying from wikipedia?
Is it better than posting neighbours' photos? Answer me or leave, choice is yours
Don`t fight with each other!!! concentrate on your work!!!!! and enjoy life.....
I lol'd at this whole thread.
I must admit, I was enjoying it myself.
And then, clearer heads prevailed
If you want any external links on your Hub, you can't use copied content - it must be original.
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by Eric Dockett 8 years ago
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Is there a way to restore our traffic after this Panda update?
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