1. Write hubs with solutions for which thousands of people are searching.
2. Write hubs which solve problems which thousands of people have.
3. Write hubs which are entertaining that will entice people to pass along links to your hub.
And most important-- Link all of them together in a way that will make everyone want to share them.
After doing this-- tell me how you did it.
That's pretty much it in a nutshell. Although if the search engines like your content, it will take less sharing or passing along effort on the part of your readers.
I agree with all above points of Rochelle Frank !!!
Great advice here! I'm going to remember to read this each time I'm about to write a new Hub.
I agree, worked for me. I will add, try and write on low competetion topics or get backlinks for high competetion ones.
Create content which thousands of visitors per month wish to find! It's a sure thing!
Use Google Adwords Keyword tool to see what people are searching for in your field of expertise and check the competition against that. For example if you use the phrase 'mental health illness' whilst that will be searched by many, it will also be extremely difficult to get anywhere in google for as millions of other articles will be available. If you change the key phrase to for example 'the role of anxiety in mental illness', there will be less people searching for that but probably easier to rank for ... I haven't checked those by the way that's just an example ... I find now that by researching this and writing a decent hub, I usually get on page 2 or 3 for most and page one for some .. long way to go yet though :-)
I've not got a hub yet that gets thousands of visitors a month- so my advice would be don't do as I do- don't concentrate on Cycling!
You realize that golden money maker is there is you had a response to step 2.... lol
I got it and thought it was funny. Watch out for those gnomes!!
My horrible joke aside, go to the Learning Center and seriously soak up all the goodies they have in there.
by Disillusioned 4 years ago
I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6! How about yours?
by Peter V 7 years ago
Do you usually write hubs for Search Engines or HubPage Followers?When you write a hub, do you write it for the entertainment of your Hubpage followers or to get traffic from search engines like Google? In other words, do you write hubs focusing on keywords, SEO, etc. or do you write really...
by Noshin Rahman 5 years ago
Just out of curiosity I would like to know how often you guys write hubs, once a day? A week? A month?I used to write one every other day, but after summer ended and I got busier I know plan to write 2-3 hubs on the weekends (once on friday, sat, and sunday).
by grumpiornot 7 years ago
Why do you write hubs? Money, fame, enjoy writing, personal cleansing?Writing hubs is a fantastic way for me to unwind after work, and at the same time have a third-party attributed value assigned to that writing, which lets me also fulfill some competitive aspect of my personality.Why do other...
by kathleenkat 6 years ago
I like to check Hubpages on breaks at work. Now, I can't access my Hub feed because a Hubber chose to write a Hub about drugs, and Hubpages hasn't caught onto it yet. My organization is pretty fair on what it blocks/allows. Usually blocks things about gun violence, cults, and drugs. They also only...
by icewave5 10 years ago
Where do you get ideas to write hubs on?
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