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I'm curious about something.
My traffic, more or less from the beginning, has always been predominantly from the search engines and not so much HubPages. Still, hubbers from my page. I'm curious how.
Do hubbers search for topics on HP? Or is there some showcase that I don't know about on hp that circulates everybody's hubs?
There are several places HP showcases hubs. Hub of the Day, something about school or education, etc. They also place links to "similar" hubs on each hub - I often get traffic from these.
In addition I (and I think many others) search HP before google for many things. In general I find the writing a higher caliber than what google produces.
Hey there Sophia if at all you've interlinked hubs and you're Google visitors have clicked them they turn into HP visits as they clicked it through a Hub and not google, that's the reason you get HP visits in addition to the reasons already mentioned
Same as wildy here I check HP for anything and I get almost all that I need right here
each one of your followers should be notified when you publish a new one.
Well, I have found some hubs while searching for something on Google. I see some on Facebook. I see some on my feed. I get notificatons for those I follow. If I see a new person on the forums I will sometimes visit their profile and a hub or two.
Thanks. I didn't realize people searched hubpages for info. I guess I've also interlinked those hubs that are associated with each other, but that's not many. From experience, I have a few hubbers (who have become friends) who comment on most of my hubs (as I do there's). However, I can tell from my numbers that most followers don't read what I write.
Just 5% of your followers may actually read what you write. I read but not always if the title interests me I bookmark them to read later.
I think 5% is a lot. I think 5 do!!! But that's okay. I follow less than a dozen people but at least, even if I don't comment, I know what they've written!
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