actual content? I'm not including this slow period that some of us are having (kudos to those that aren't). In general, are successful hubs successful because of their content or because someone chose to share it and it was spread around. Or is it just a mixture of both.
I think it depends heavily on good content. People are more likely to share if it's good and I hope not just because they are facebook friends with the author. Searchers who don't know you from Adam are going to share your work because it's good, not because they feel obliged. I think content is everything. And not just any content, but interesting, well-presented, eye-catching, hold-my-attention content. Only good stuff will go far when it's shared, Liked, pinned, posted, etc.
Content sites are about turning words into money, other goals are secondary.
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