Has anyone had success with attracting decent traffic from Google to their questions on HubPages?
If so what types of questions seem to work the best?
I think, if you pay attention to who is online the most you will be able to ask to good questions, for the traffic. Just a thought.
Doggy questions get me traffic 1 view every 3 days or so Don't know if its from HP or the mighty 'G'
Now THAT would be a good question. Are we attracting 'G' love?
I did notice a question on tomatoes that's 7 months old beating one of my hubs I'm just below it at position 12 and it's on 11. I was wondering if I could leave an answer and leave a link to my hub on that question That way I'd beat the question too I guess as it's linking to me?
How can I check the questions traffic?
It does not show in my accounts info.
I get about one view a day from Google on these two:
How do you feed two people for a month on a $150 budget?
How much does it cost per month to have a pet?
I only have two more that get about 15-20 views per month and generate traffic from Google.
Views from HP on questions completely stop for me (minus a few exceptions) after a week since posting.
I currently have 134 questions and am showing 320ish in google hits between all of them.
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