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Hello i am trying to promote my website and i would like to know how many people will actually click to on my site?
Like if one hub gets 200 views a day then say they all will come my site and 2 percent will buy a product from me ? i am looking for the stats!!
You already asked a similar question in another thread you started. You were given answers that there is no way of providing you with the "stats" you're looking for.
Here's your original thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/78701
You're kidding? Right?
If you are promoting it here on the forums, then it is against the rules.
Too many factors, due to too many products and reasons for people searching online. It depends on the individual.
Just because someone clicks on your hub to go to your website, it doesn't mean they are looking to buy, but could be more interested than anything else, solely dependent on how the hub is written. Percentages vary.
traffic really depends on how well you do in Hubpages and how active you are. If you score is high then you will get an increase in traffic to your hubs. Every ones statistics are different and they would not apply to you because people have different strategies. I would suggest that you become highly active in Hubpages and then run reports from Google for a few months.
If you are in this to make a profit, you need to do the research. You start by writing a hub.
If you're writing from the heart, forget abt making money. If your writing abt cars or some subject people just automatically suck up to, then you wouldnt bother to post this . . . . so I guess Im just wasting my breath as usual.
There are two typos in the first sentence of your hub, and you need to leave a space after each comma. People are more likely to click where you want them to if the material is well-presented and free from obvious errors.
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