There have been many questions from new hubbers about how to make $500 a month from adsense and how to choose niches and so I thought in the spirit of the sharing season of the year, we could start a post that would give some creative ideas for their hubs.
Heres my tip:
When writing paragraphs, use a new text block to create a line when you change topic or point of discussion in your hub.
The dash key when measured correctly along the page width will give your hub a splendid and more professional look to your hub.
Much like the above line.
Good luck new hubbers.
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