How do we make hubs that attract more visitors and eventually earn more revenue.
As mentioned in two other posts where you asked this question: Keyword Research.
You need to use keyword tools (Google has a free one) to find what people are searching for in Google. The best ones are those that get about 3,000 searches a month but don't have a lot of competition.
by Lynne Modranski3 days ago
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by x3xsolxdierx3x5 years ago
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by Mubin1237 years ago
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by Gordon Hamilton5 years ago
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by Krzysztof Willman11 months ago
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by TerryGl6 years ago
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