I came across this website that might be of interest to fellow Hubbers, probably more so for those who are new or still trying to get a handle on the whole SEO thing. It's from Google's Webmaster Central blog and provides a list of questions to consider when writing quality content.
Take what you can from it.
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … ality.html
This was helpful. I've edited my pages before, but this makes me want to do it again. It sounds like the little things are important.
Thanks. No time to read now, but saved it. Who knows what other information is there.
Thanks Danette - very informative, will read more fully later.
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