As of right now, I have 35 articles on Hubpages and 11 on Bukisa. I have a website - . I am working on a few games but I haven't finished any of them yet. I was wondering what I should do with what I have already in order to get more traffic. Right now, I'm focusing more on traffic than I am on actually making money. Can anyone give me advice based on what I am doing right now? I'm still making more articles, but I think I should take advantage of what I have now. Unfortunately, I don't know exactly what I should do. I also have a Facebook account. Can someone give me some advice.
Edit - I've just indexed all of my articles on Bing and Google.
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