Should we change our hubs to make them more accessible to mobile readers? How can we make them more accessible?
There's a mobile view built-in to HubPages. When it detects that a visitor is using a mobile device, it changes how the Hub appears automatically.
Mostly it does this by ditching a goodly number of the ads, which means mobile views are going to have much lower earning potential.
We're working on improving that earnings, of course. Much of it is contingent on the tech that's out there- mobile is lagging behind laptops/desktops when it comes to advertising, or so I am told.
But are you changing your writing style at all, relache?
I feel that making your hub more accessible is by having a really good title that people might be interested in looking for and having hash tags or wods included in your summary that might lead people to your hub. Comment on other people's hubs and leave behind fan mail. Doing these two things might attract more people as well or help make your hubs more accessible to others. Best of wishes.
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