If you have an article that you are not sure is going to preform well here on HP what would you do?
I have written an article and it is not one that really has any advertising for it so most likely won't earn through Google, it may bring in some views on the topic but that's about it. There are products that go with it however if you are searching out the topic of my article then you already have the product - most likely.
Any suggestions? Would you still publish it here or opt to place it elsewhere?
Thanks for any help!
There are 1M+ articles here. One more won’t hurt.
Besides, whatever potential it may have; this is probably the best place to maximize it.
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