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What should I write so that I get atleast 1000 readers click on my article per d

  1. ramesh kavdia profile image60
    ramesh kavdiaposted 7 years ago

    What should I write so that I get atleast 1000 readers click on my article per day?

    Well right now getting an average of 2 to 3 page views per article. If you have the secret please tell me too.

  2. arthurchappell profile image35
    arthurchappellposted 7 years ago

    there are few authors achieving that many visiors per hub - write lots of good quality hubs and get lots of good backlinking and your popularity will increase here, but few make a living from the hubs alone - the more you write and tallk to other Hubbers the better you'll do - good luck

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image99
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    That sort of thing doesn't happen overnight.  It's also not a matter of simply writing the "right thing" either, you have to create the article in the "right" way, and back link it on some authoritative sites.

    Use the Google Keyword Tool for figuring out what kinds of articles have little competition.

    The site that has given me the most page views other than Hubpages is reddit.com; but currently they've kicked me off the site, as they think I'm a "spammer" for always submitting my own material there, but you can get away with it for a while.  Also, that site is mostly concerned with controversial and liberal US politics.  Putting your material on Digg.com is always a good idea too, but you have to participate in those sites in order to get continuing traffic from them, and that's time consuming too.  Put your links on Facebook and twitter; if you're not doing that, then . .. .those are the main social communications sites on the net these days, you simply have to join those sites and put your links there to compete.

    Myspace is still a decent place for links, redgage is a good place to upload links.  You've got to do SEO stuff, make pretty Hubs with pics and videos, and links; and advertise them.

  4. Rusty C. Adore profile image94
    Rusty C. Adoreposted 7 years ago

    I don't think there is any one secret to this... but if you want to grab people's immediate attention you could try writing a topical hub that is more of an opinion piece. If there is one thing t hat draws people in it's conflict. People love the have their own say about things. If you offer up a strong opinion that doesn't express the opposing view point then you will get a lot of views and many comments... but many of them might not be so nice and the individual hub score might suffer because of it. Just a thought.

  5. Vaiebhav profile image82
    Vaiebhavposted 7 years ago

    All the earlier hubbers have provided some valuable tips. Ramesh, 1000 readers a day may not happen overnight. Internet writing is like wine, the older it gets, better it tastes. I personally focus on two things:
    1. Writing top quality content
    2. Making it easier for people to find the content - backlinking, social media promotion, social bookmarking, tags etc.

    As Wesman has rightly said, Google Keyword Tool is extremely important for the point number 2 above.

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