Why am I not getting people reading my blogs

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  1. killrats profile image60
    killratsposted 8 years ago

    Why am I not getting people reading my blogs

    I am giving very good information and the product solves a problem that most people at some time will have

  2. IdeaMorphist profile image61
    IdeaMorphistposted 8 years ago

    Most likely you are not driving enough traffic. Use bookmarking tools like StumbleUpon or Delicious or even Facebook to share your links. Also, being active in the hubpage community is important. By reading other author's hubs and leaving fan mail or comments they will be interested in what you have to offer. Oh, and you are off to a great start with asking and answering questions or participating in the forums. Try to think of the internet as the world's largest library. You have to get as much exposure and info out as possible in order for others to actually see what you have written. I am going to go look at your info now smile

  3. akmyamuna profile image53
    akmyamunaposted 8 years ago

    I went through some hubs of yours, you need to do some modifications. Initially it is not easy to bring traffic to your hubs, but when you learn it, it would be more easy.

    1. Add an image to each & every article which is relavent to the topic which would attract people to read it other than topic of your hub.

    2. You should make some fans (other hubbers), go to other hubbers profile page and become a fan of them and do not forget to leave a fan mail. And make relavent comments on Hubs which you read. This would help you to make more fans.

    3. Create links between your hubs, if someone do not like your hub he would read other hubs of yours if you link them each other.

    4. Make some backlinking, you can use Xomba, Shetoldme, Digg account to make backlink which will bring some traffic to your hubs.

    5. You can share it with your friends in Facebook, Myspace or any other social website.

    If you need any more info let me know.

  4. PMS9 profile image71
    PMS9posted 8 years ago

    May be your blog content is good but your blog is not much popular and search engine friendly. Use SEO to optimize your blog also make e marketing of your blog, you can use social marketing sites to promote your blog. Make your blog search engine friendly to drive more traffic from search engines.

  5. killrats profile image60
    killratsposted 8 years ago

    Thank you for your help. I am still very new at this don't really know what I am doing but will keep trying. Thank you again and have a great day


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