It seems after many changes via HP and Google my food articles have taken a nose-dive. For those who publish regular about food, is the same happening to you.
Anyone have ideas, suggestions, reasons to improve traffic for food hubs. I know it is a competitive niche on the web and easily duplicated.
Would perhaps starting up my own site work best?
I ask because food and cooking is what I do for a living, making it actually enjoyable to write and always fun to create in the kitchen, and I am trying to find a viable solution on how to really profit from it.
Positive ideas are appreciated in advanced!!
I do a lot of recipes and food hubs also. I have worked on keywords for one thing...and Mine have been pretty stagnant, so I will also look for solutions.
A hubber named Cardisa has a lot of food articles, and some good hubs about traffic, etc, too.
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