I Live in Cedar Hill Mo is that a bad place for having Google Adsense? and how do I get more traffic?
It doesn't have anything to do with your location, it has to do with how many hubs you have and/or their topic. You only have a handful so far.
I thought you were kidding around. Huh.
Traffic and backlinks.
Those are the two biggies that we are all trying to get more of em.
If you have done all the on-page SEO, have a Hub about a topic that some people are searching for, but not with too much competition, then you focus on getting more backlinks.
Once you have good backlinks to your Hub(s), then you may rank higher in the search engines. With a high rank (1st page) you will get traffic.
You could also share your Hub with others on social networks, such as Twitter and Facebook (assuming you have a good following of people).
You have been here for six days only, it takes time for your hubs to start getting Google traffic. Have you been doing keyword research and optimizing your hubs for search Engines?... if not please read this section of hub pages http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/cate … ng-traffic
Where you live is immaterial to Google
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