How do you post enough hits on HubPages to get people's attention?
Let me know,
Hit this. Gitta: http://hubpages.com/hubtool/create/name/
Some people might be convinced that it's in the quantity, others are less so.
I'm not sure what you mean, Gitta. If you're trying to promote a business or a book, you may only need a handful of Hubs to be effective.
They need to be quality articles, at least 400 words (but over 1,000 words does better), and they need to be original (i.e. not published anywhere else on the internet). You can include two links to your business or book. Obviously you'd choose subjects relevant to what you're promoting.
It can take a few months for the Hubs to move up the Google rankings so patience is needed as well!
I mean how do I get more traffic. Does that make sense? Let me know.
Use the search function at the top right there type in your question and lots of Hubs with answers will pop up for you to read. welcome to HubPages.
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