I received a free pass to an upcoming home and garden convention. I plan on attending due to some needs around the house but was wondering what would be the best way to optimize hub creation as a result with either info or product based hubs? Anyone gone to a convention and have any tips to maximize the value for hub writing? I figure if I'm there might as well get some hub inspiration as well.
Great idea! I would love to hear feedback from this as well.
Conventions are great for product hubs. You could walk out with several hundred ideas worth researching.
You could write garden product hubs every day till Christmas.
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