I hope I'm posting this in the right forum.
I just wrote a hub on cosleeping, and when I went to write the article (or hub) it said no one else had an article in that area/for me to be the first...and it mentioned something about sharing in the ad revenue...?
What does that mean? What is the benefit of being the first on a subject or keyword (not sure which it is)?
If you navigate to a tag page for which there are no published hubs, that message will come up. It doesn't mean anything in particular, there is no special benefit to writing the first hub for a tag.
Thanks for clearing that up. It was just weird that when I went to search for an article on that subject, and nothing came up...after receiving the email the other day that there were over 100,000% hubbers, I thought it was neat that I was the first one to create an article on that subject.
Co-sleeping, despite what it may sound like, is a method used in attachment parenting. Rather than the child having a separate bed or room he sleeps with the parents from birth until he is ready to sleep on his own. For those of us that use it it works very well.
It just means that you are more creative about where marital bliss is going to happen and keep
the bed for sleeping.
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