Viral hubs . . . do you have one? What inspired you? - A whim or a thorough study of search engines?
I have one that gets up to 500 hits a day from around the world. It was total serendipity . . . no google keyword tools or search stats were used. My friend gave me a delicious fruit from her garden and I researched and wrote.
I had a hub go "viral" briefly about a year ago, simply due to dumb luck. I wrote about a certain rock band and someone (not me) posted a link to it on their official Facebook page. From there it went out in their official Twitter feed and was linked on numerous fan forums and blogs. It picked up nearly 10,000 views in just a couple of days. It was glorious!! I wish things like that would happen more often, I'd have no worries.
I just wrote a single hub...lets see what happens next...who knows???
by ramkkasturi 8 years ago
Is there any future for hubbers that don't have any advice in their hubs?Is advice a necessary ingredient for traffic? Information or knowledge are they same?
by Cardia 6 years ago
I wrote a hub on different ideas for fundraising for your club or group. However, it's very thorough and has 2500 + words! Should i just publish it all as one, or should I split it in half and create two separate articles?
by paradigmsearch 4 years ago
I thoroughly enjoyed HP's latest blog post about a viral hub. Here's the first paragraph:"Just a few days ago, Hubber Kelly Brown (Brownie83) took Facebook by storm with her viral Hub, 10 Things Nurses Don’t Want You to Know, breaking the HubPages record for the most viral Facebook Hub ever!...
by muruk2012 3 years ago
I often get poor results on blogging platforms. But I prefer to change . So please help me with your suggestions to get viral traffic to new hubs.
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
I am worried because I don;t know if I am being hit with a bot. The hub used to do very well then someone stole it, then traffic fell drastically. It picked up somewhat and was steady for a while but I noticed it's getting close to 150 hits today most of which are from India. Should I be worried...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
Hubbers are curious about the HubPro Program and even those chosen to participate often don't know as much as they'd like about it.To me, it seems like it would be obvious that posting links to hubs HubPro editing has caused to go viral would help hubbers learn about and become enthusiastic about...
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