Instead of writing a hub then the Metrics tell you you only rate $ for earning potential. I wonder is there a way to find out the potential of an article before?
Drop me a line or look through my hubs for more detail, but this should get you started. The other aspect of the equation should not be ignored.
Potential vs Competition.
by Stephanie Hicks9 years ago
Hi All - I'm aware that you can edit your title after you come up with it, but that the URL doesn't change. I usually do what many writers do before starting: outline my topic, decide what links and photos,...
by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
I usually don't go on Google and search for keywords, etc before writing a hub... I just go and write a hub on whatever it is I feel like writing about and sharing with others. Some hubs get lots and lots of views while...
by Kathy4 years ago
I have my iown method of reading and commenting on hubs. I'm curious to know how others handle this.
by Zsuzsy Bee9 years ago
How on earth would anyone find out if ones hubs are being reused? For example Isabella found her hub copied and pasted on another site. Checking this out I saw quite a few on that chickies site that I've seen and had...
by Sadie Holloway3 years ago
I'm sure all of us have felt time-crunched while working on our websites, articles and HubPages. If you have a limited amount of time, what do you think will make your site more valuable in the eyes of Google (i.e....
by kelleyward5 years ago
I'm just trying to find out who liked or shared my article on facebook and wondered if there is a way to track this? Thanks
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