I had published 6 hubs yet so i want to know how can we increase traffic to our hubs and how we can get more followers.How much days wait to get 1000 page viewers per day? Please help me
You can try using the Share option at the bottom of a hub, which allows you to share your links on other sites. I always use this and post my hubs at Facebook, Twitter and some of the other sites. By doing this people on other websites are sure to see the links and if it looks interesting they may well visit and that means traffic for you!
Read this hub and those that follow in the learning center about getting traffic to your hubs
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/titl … or-traffic
It's not a matter of how many Hubs you write, it's how you write them, and how you promote them.
It would be rather optimistic to expect 1000 views a day on 6 hubs unless you are breaking astounding news or have amazing information.
I'd settle for 1000 views in a month, then work on getting it to 1000 in a week and then 1000 a day over time.
Try to find some internet forums related to what your writing is about and add links to one of your hub
I have a hub on why men are obsessed with breasts that I've been pushing on some forum sites about sexuality
I've also been using internet chatrooms to promote hubs I have based on chat rooms which is working well
After a month your hubpages traffic seems to dip down and that's when I've found which hubs have long term potential and continue to get views from outside of hubpages
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