This thread on the other side might be useful: http://hubpages.com/business/forum/1399 … arch-trend
Paul Edmondson is the man with all the data and he is in the best position to see which kinds of page work well, and which do not. My advice would be to tease as useful stuff much out of him as possible.
Middle of the night in the US right now but I will bump tomorrow.
Thanks, Will. It would be great if posts from the staff were stickied on the HP general forums (Even if it's a post on the topical forums). Someone did mention something about "Two significant search trends" and Paul Edmonsons post. But I tried using the HP Search bar by typing in, 'Two significant search trends Paul Edmonson' and I got nothing haha.
I read his post and commented on it. It is a very useful post in the forum thread. The link is here.
http://hubpages.com/business/forum/1399 … arch-trend
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