Seems the best any of my hubs has done is in the mid-50 viewing range and now it seems to have dwindled even more so. And at the same time, I've noticed more and more hubs relating to similar topics - hey the more the merrier, but what else can I do just to attract more readers?
I already tweet, FB and email. Also use Social Monkey and have posted to Digg which is pretty sad as since last night no one has followed : (
Is this a case of saturation for this particular topic?
Just started today going another avenue - creative writing, as I've wanted to take a break from the info aspect.
Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions!
Use the Search bar at top right to find info about 'generating traffic'. There are loads of tips that will help you.
Thanks! After posting, happened to see the side bar - duh! Still, appreciate you pointing it out.
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