The reason I ask is because lately I have been hub hopping and I have seen mostly poems.
Primarily I produced academic and some poems, however these don't earn so much
I was just curious because a saw so many poems when I was hub hopping>
I think poems will not be much Google friendly to earn money. A poem will have to wait to be appreciated by a chance viewer.
Maybe we need to do keyword research even for poetry and not what where ever our fancy takes us to.. lol
by SAQIB3 months ago
I guess poems are also literature, There are some great poems being endorsed on HP. Shouldn't good poetry be appreciated? Comments
by quotations2 years ago
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by earnestshub5 years ago
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by tokigostudio15 years ago
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by Shil19785 years ago
HubPages has this wonderful feature called Hub Hopping or Hub Hop to flag low-quality/copied/spam content. I know some hubbers do use this and help HP staff weed out the substandard content. Here's one more reason why...
by Christine Miranda4 years ago
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