So when is it just a waste of time for this season to make Christmas sales hubs? Is it getting too late?
Well, yes and no.
I've only been here on hubpages for five weeks, so I haven't got many hubs for christmas sales.
However, I have noticed that for about two days you get a real boost on google, so if you write as many Christmas sales hubs, and publish them in 5 days time, you might be able to get the boost just before the Amazon deadline for Christmas sales ends in 8 days time.
Whether it is worth it, I don’t know.
...but, you can't go wrong with them because they will be seasoned quite well for next Christmas!
i did my xmas hub about 2 months ago,just starting to see the rewards!!
Like ThomasE said, you might get a few sales but I don't really think it's worth it. If I were you, I would spend my time on hubs that will continue to earn past the next two weeks.
Why not write some for Valentine's Day, Easter or Mother's Day instead - then they will have had some time to age - then you can start writing Christmas hubs in the summer?
I've been writing about anything but Christmas stuff for some time, as my Christmas hubs are getting good traffic, and I don't want my traffic to totally crash on 26th December LOL!
Yep my next ones are for Valentines day, jewelry ranks real well in google and fast
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