Generating traffic to your hubs happen in several ways. Many of us know already that the basics are:
1. Submit articles to other blog sites with a link back to your hub (making sure its an authority/high PR page)
2. Submit bookmarks on Digg, Stumbleupon, (please tell us all the other here)
3. SEO with things like keyword saturation, hub title, pictures on your hub (naming them carefully to generate that images.google.com traffic)
4. Auotomated Blog/wordpress backlink companies (although this cost money and may not be worth it here unless your using this for other sites as well (this is what will be doing)..
In this thread I want everyone to pitch in a new traffic generation idea not in the list above, or expand on a way to use those more efficiently. This will help hubbers get some traffic insight.
If you know any of the digg, stumbleupon, etc.. boomarking sites please post them here.. and any links to hubs on building traffic to your hubs would be appreciated.
The theme of this thrad is to share traffic generation secrets with the hubClass...
I've started with the above ones... what are yours? Please share..
Who you know always come into play in the traffic generation game, try and get links in the comments to many of the top blogs that relate to your main niche, don't worry about the comments being no-follow tagged as you want to target the other commenter's who like to take over discussions and have a debate.
By adding your in depth and thoughtful comments you are showing that you have read the blog posts to which the comments are linked to and also you are a force to be reckoned with in your niche.
The same can be applied to forums too, but I'd go one step further in forums and really write tutorials based on your niche topic once established with the main forum posters you can build quite a following from blogs and forums combined!
Build a following on another site similar to Hubpages, and link that site to Hubpages and vice versa.
Build a following on a third site similar to Hubpages, and interlink all three sites
Yes this is a good networking strategy for most of the popular social networks, forums, blogs and whatever else there is in online communities, being consistent with your networking really helps you focus your efforts too.
Hub pages linked to squidoo, then these two linked to twitter letting others know through the micro updates on Twitter, then from their multiple bookmarking sites in between and social networking profile pages as the redirecting sign posts back to your main sites!!!
It's all about creating a network that will brand everything you and what you want to be known for online.
"The theme of this thrad is to share traffic generation secrets with the hubClass... "
My Sex in Space hub outperfoms my Space Tourism by 10 to 1 some days...
Both similar topics, serious and well researched.
I rest my case
by Jasmine6 years ago
How many social bookmarking sites do you use to draw traffic to your hubs?What sites do you use to promote your hubs and which of them draw the best traffic?
by Cindy Vine8 years ago
I was getting quite a bit of traffic from Stumbleupon, but the last while I notice it hasn't been accepting my submissions from Hubpages. They say that it's to prevent people from abusing the sytem and just...
by William F Torpey10 years ago
One of my hubs recently got a small flurry of hits from stumbleupon.com. Can someone tell me how and why that occurred on that hub -- and not on any other? Are you supposed to be signed up such groups to draw their...
by David 4707 years ago
I was wondering how often a hub should be social bookmarked and if my internet history is deleted i do not know which hubs I bookmarked. I don't want to be considered a spammer. How many hubs do you guys bookmark...
by Mom Kat6 years ago
best way to increase traffic?I would really like to see my non-fellow hubber traffic increase. I post links on facebook, stumbleupon, my blog, and a few others. I would like to see a dramatic increase in traffic....
by John Coviello4 years ago
I understand that HubPages makes a lot of changes, and not ones we always agree with but are for the best, but I don't understand their rationale for getting rid of the link buttons at the buttom of Hubs that Hubbers...
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