Now I am getting it that HP is a business. I am even trying to be a better in support of that. Just this morning I learned how to add these things called capsules that are supposed to help people make money. And sometimes I even pay attention to key words and SEO techniques.
But I found this hilarious: "HubPages Weekly: Five Steps to Beating Your Competition"
I can just picture a Maniac plotting taking over the HP and crushing anyone who stands in her way, like Dr. Evil or a mad scientist.
Should I seek professional help, or is it normal to have such craziness running around in my head?
Are you sane and how do you know it?
Actually it sounds you are doing better and better. Make sure you do not repeat keywords too much often in your text. Keep up with that great job.
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