HubPages is an online writing site that can really increase
visitors to your blog, and learning how to generate traffic using
HubPages is very simple.

No matter how great the ads and affiliate products are on your
site, if only a handful of people visit your blog every day, you
aren’t going to make enough income to sustain your business.

HubPages and other easy, online writing platforms like Squidoo,
offer you the opportunity to place links in articles you create
on the site, directing traffic to your website, in addition to
allowing you to generate income via ads and affiliate links.

To clearly understand the role of these writing platforms,
picture your main website or blog as being the dartboard,
visitors and traffic are the actual dart and Squidoo or Hubpages
are the flights that you put on the dart, to get it to the
dartboard.

When you begin writing on HubPages, you will be allowed two
outbound links – one method that works well is to direct one of
the links to another article you’ve written on a different site,
such as Blogger or Squidoo, and have the other link take readers
directly to your main target (blog).

By writing an article, referred to as a “hub” on Hubpages, you
will be able to take advantage of ranking faster in Google, which
drives traffic to your blog quicker, because these sites are
considered authority sites in Google’s eyes.

Your own blog takes a long time to develop, and Google won’t give
it the recognition it deserves until it builds a reputation and
has quality content, so that is why these sites are so important
for bloggers.

However, do not plan on putting up low quality content or
creating a hub that is not search engine optimized because, for
the hub to rank in a Google search, it still requires the same
qualities as your main blog does.

Hubs on HubPages are very easy (and fun) to create, and as long
as you make them interesting and relevant to your blog or
website, you will be amazed at how quickly your traffic will
grow!

Joshua Shoemaker

pinterestcrusher.com


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